Office space in a professional work environment
The Grade II* listed Mansion, with views across the stunning gardens and Westbury White Horse, creates a truly distinctive working environment. Built in 1603, by Sir John Ley, lord high treasurer to King James I and Charles I, the house has had a variety of interesting owners making a truly fascinating history.
For those looking for shared office space or dedicated office space in a unique, professional work environment, the Mansion offers a variety of elegant workspaces in an exceptional environment, along with the
quiet co-working area and spacious meeting rooms.
The co-working area offers a unique and flexible approach to shared office space, equipped with first-rate business facilities surrounded by incredible views and vistas in a professional, friendly environment.
Come and try the co-working space for free.
‘Moving to Heywood House was inspirational. As a team we have become less stressed and more productive’.
Nick Adams, Director, Sedgwick