Prospect House

Lonsdale Gardens, Tunbridge Wells, TN1 1NU

Just a two minute walk from Tunbridge Wells mainline railway station, Prospect House is close to Calverley Park, numerous restaurants, cafes and shops.  Our offices here are split between two floors, and have high ceilings and large windows that create light, airy workspaces.
Car and Bike parking is available onsite and whilst spaces are limited, we are happy to help members apply for them or the additional permit parking in the private estate road to the front of the building. Alternatively public car parks are within a short walk and free on street parking is around a 10 minute walk away.


  • Various offices from 2 to 11 people
  • Lift access to all floors
  • Bookable meeting room
  • Shared kitchen areas
  • High speed Business Internet Wired and WiFi
  • Bicycle parking
  • Car parking (permits on application)

Fee includes:

  • Desk, chair and pedestal
  • Use of the shared facilities
  • Utilities and service charges
  • Weekly cleaning
  • 24/7 access
  • High-Speed Business Internet

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Pricing (Per Month)

Private Office

£225 per desk

Shared Office Space

£225 per desk

Meeting Room (Booked)

£20 per Hour


“This has been my first experience of working in a building dedicated to co-working and I am absolutely loving it! Within my first week, I discovered an old friend from college sharing adjoining offices and it has been fascinating to meet new faces and learn about other industries. Long may it last.”

Lucy Rowe – Garden Design

“I love co-working for the ease and comfort of it all. I tend to find like-minded people in co-working situations and it’s far more interesting than when working in a corporate office for one employer. It’s easy, it’s fun and it’s interesting and extremely cost effective.”

Helen Richmond – Publisher

“I find the co-working experience ideal for my needs and split my time between home and the office, where I work remotely from the rest of my company. Apart from the great camaraderie of sharing a workspace, it has proven extremely beneficial for business, too. In fact, I have now worked together, successfully, with one of our housemates for the past two years. I wouldn’t have made these special connections by working entirely at home.”

John Lynch – Software

“As a writer, working at home can be a lonely experience, especially after having enjoyed a City career surrounded by the buzz and energy generated by a London trading room. In essence, moving in to a shared co-working space has one, given me renewed energy and ideas, and two, re-introduced me to an ever-changing business world that had advanced beyond belief.”

Keith Palmer – writer

“We are only an office of two partners, although on the look-out to expand in the immediate future. Sharing an office with other like-minded individuals and businesses has proved a Godsend, the connection we have made with fun and helpful people imperative to a happy working environment. The great atmosphere and ability to make fresh contacts is something that we would both highly recommend to others in a similar position.”

John Frear – Software

“As someone who has worked at home for a decade, I’d grown accustomed to the loneliness and distractions of trying to complete a day’s work under those circumstances. After joining The House, in Tunbridge Wells, my eyes were suddenly awoken by the many benefits and pleasures of a shared working space.”

Olli Ashford – Tech Consultant