The Best Meeting Spaces in Bath

29 June 2018

Not every meeting needs to take place in a stuffy boardroom. Sometimes it’s nice to meet clients and colleagues somewhere less formal and show them something of the city at the same time. Luckily for Bath residents and visitors, the city has lots of spaces for remote working, meeting and schmoozing clients.

We’ve dug out the quietest, roomiest and best meeting spaces in Bath, so that you can find the perfect spot for your meeting.

Hunter & Sons

If good coffee is top of your list of priorities when looking for places to meet and work in Bath, head to Hunter & Sons where they take coffee incredibly seriously. It’s a spacious coffee shop, open enough that you can have an informal meeting without disturbing anyone. You can usually find a table too, as while Hunter & Sons is quite central, it also enjoys a tucked-away location on Milsom Place – not far from our generous Haystack apartment.

Boston Tea Party

Centrally located, but away from the bustle and distractions of some of Bath’s busier areas, you’ll find Boston Tea Party. It’s an airy, laid-back café with plenty of space and large tables perfect for bigger meetings (it may be worth booking in advance). The interiors are packed with greenery, making it the perfect escape from the office, and there’s outdoor seating too. Even better, Boston Tea Party is right next door to our impeccable Georgian Alfred Street apartment.  


Another venue serving up incredible coffee, Picnic is one of the best quiet places to meet in Bath. It’s often overlooked due to its quiet Saracen Street location, but it’s a fabulous spot to meet and work. There are plug sockets everywhere, the Wi-Fi is reliable and there’s enough space for a casual and very pleasant meeting.

The Boater

Looking for outside space for your meeting? Take advantage of those sunny days and meet your clients at The Boater on Argyle Street, next to a whole cluster of stunning Bath Holiday Rentals accommodation – our Argyle Riverview Flat, Pulteney Bridge View and Argyle Retreat. It’s been recently refurbished and has a massive back terrace overlooking Bath Abbey and the weir, along with a revamped menu, great beer and a lovely relaxed atmosphere.

Need somewhere more formal?

If you need to arrange something more formal, there are plenty of professional places to meet in Bath. Try these options:

  • No. 15 Great Pulteney. This one-of-a-kind environment is where you’ll take clients you really want to impress. The meeting rooms, with a number of event spaces and conference rooms of all sizes, nestle in a boutique townhouse hotel. Expect sumptuous professional interiors, delicious coffee and every facility you could wish for.

Spaces Northgate House. This is a great choice if you’re also looking for a regular co-working space, as it has many flexible options for working, meeting and networking. The modern, purpose-built Spaces Northgate House has superfast Wi-Fi, budget-friendly costs for use of its facilities and a great central location near the river at Barton Court, Upper Borough Walls.