Businesses for sale in Wales

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South Wales Substantial Village Centre

SOUTH WALES - SUBSTANTIAL VILLAGE CENTRE PUBLIC HOUSE Previously operated as a community pub. Public bar and function room. 4/5 bedroom owners accommodation. upgraded in recent years. Small trade garden. Currently EPC Rating C. Freehold...

Location: Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales

For sale under: Public Houses

  • F/H Price
  • £145,000

Tywyn, Gwynedd, Financial information available upon request, Established in 2007, 5 storey property with 3 letting rooms and 3 private rooms (owners accommodation) with a further private room in the basement, 5 star ratings, Informative...

Location: Tywyn, Gwynedd, Wales

For sale under: Guest Houses

  • F/H Price
  • £350,000

THE CORNTOWN COUNTRY INN, CORNTOWN, BRIDGEND The Vale of Glamorgan Country Pub & Restaurant. Two bars (75+). Restaurant (40). Three bedroom owners accommodation. Extensive car parking & gardens. Set in 0.62 of an acre. EPC Rating C.

Location: Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales

For sale under: Pubs, Public Houses

  • F/H Price
  • £240,000
  • Price Reduced
Fish & Chip Shop for sale


Location: Wales

For sale under: Cafes, Fast Food Restaurants, Restaurants, Fish & Chip Shops, Takeaways (Other)

  • F/H Price
  • £575,000
Established Carpet And Flooring

LONG ESTABLISHED CARPET/FLOORING BUSINESS – POWYS Situated in the bustling town of Welshpool Early viewing essential to fully appreciate High amount of regular & repeat trade Scope for further development Genuine reason for sale Town centre...

Location: Welshpool, Powys, Wales

For sale under: Carpet Shops, Flooring Businesses

  • L/H Price
  • £30,000
Busy Pub in Bethesda For Sale

BUSINESS Hilton Smythe is delighted to welcome to the market this popular public house business, which is located within the town of Bethesda, Gwynedd. The business was originally established in the 1800s and has been in our client’s...

Location: Bangor, Gwynedd, Wales

For sale under: Restaurants, Pubs

  • F/H Price
  • £440,000
  • Turnover
  • £231,310

PEMBROKESHIRE COASTAL VILLAGE - Fully licensed CAFÉ/RESTAURANT with seating for 28. Kitchen. Permitted Pavement seating. Favourable Private Lease. £18,000 Leasehold (reference 41537)

Location: Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, Wales

For sale under: Cafes, Restaurants, Retail Space

  • L/H Price
  • £18,000
  • Price Reduced
Exceptional Antique Centre In Wrexham

EXCEPTIONAL ANTIQUE CENTRE - NORTH WALES Well established and highly reputed business Situated in the desirable village of Gwersyllt Early viewing essential to fully appreciate Well presented and equipped throughout High amount of regular...

Location: Wrexham, Clwyd, Wales

For sale under: Antiques Shops, Other Commercial Property

  • L/H Price
  • £249,995
Convenience Store - Gwent

• Extremely busy convenience store • Weekly turnover approx. £2,500 • Whole property recently refurbished • Freehold and leasehold available, viewing very highly recommended Extremely busy, recently refurbished, Convenience store, fully...

Location: Tredegar, Gwent, Wales

For sale under: Convenience Stores

  • F/H Price
  • £130,000
  • Price Reduced
  • Annual T/O
  • £130,000
Café & Bed and Breakfast In Tourist

BUSINESS Hilton Smythe welcomes to the market Bryn-Glo Guest House & Café. This café was originally established by our clients in 1998. The owners are now looking to sell the business, due to the desire to focus on other interests....

Location: Betws y Coed, Gwynedd, Wales

For sale under: Cafes, Bed & Breakfasts, Guest Houses

  • F/H Price
  • £440,000
  • Annual T/O
  • £60,000
Project Fusion - South Wales

• Strong track record of investment leading to increased income and business development • In an extremely strong position due to the level of investment borne by the current owners • Wide range of products and services available, including...

Location: West Glamorgan, Wales

For sale under: Hotels and Motels

Profitable Heating Supplies Business -

Our client specialises in the supply of all spare parts for Boilers and central heating systems from all major manufacturers. Supplying both trade and retail customers. The business has developed a strong reputation locally due to the...

Location: Blackwood, Gwent, Wales

For sale under: Builders, Builders Merchants, Property Maintenance, Plumbing and Heating

  • F/H Price
  • £279,950 + SAV (Freehold)
  • Annual T/O
  • £300,000
Secluded Holiday park with Owner's

Planning permission for 40 static caravans Owner’s 5 bedroom farmhouse Range of outbuildings with development potential (subject to planning consent) Circa 15.5 acres (6.3 ha) Sale due to owner’s retirement The caravan park was...

Location: Colwyn Bay, Clwyd, Wales

For sale under: Caravan Parks, Pubs and Hotel Property, Campsites, Holiday Cottages, Holiday Parks

  • F/H Price
  • £1,295,000
Acquisition Opportunity - Security

Our Client is a manufacturer, supplier and installer of a diverse range of products for clients in the Utilities, Commercial and Domestic sectors. Its main business line is security fencing and substation building maintenance for the...

Location: Clwyd, Wales

For sale under: Fencing Businesses

  • L/H Price
  • Offers Invited
  • Annual T/O
  • £4,491,000

Wonderful location set back from the A487 in Derwenlas, Powys with views over Snowdonia Park. Lounge Bar/Dining Area/Restaurant (circa 50) is an open plan room with many character features including a stunning open fireplace and slate tiled...

Location: Powys, Wales

For sale under: Pubs, Hotels and Motels

  • F/H Price
  • £245,000
Newsagent and Off Licence in South Wales

To the rear of the parade is a LARGE PUBLIC CAR PARK. We understand that every Tuesday there is a large market operated in the car park. SPACIOUS DOUBLE FRONTED SALES SHOP with laminated strip floor plus carpeted front area, suspended...

Location: Gwent, Wales

For sale under: Newsagents, Off Licences

  • L/H Price
  • £60,000
  • Weekly T/O
  • £6,000

Fantastic Scenic Coast Location Annual Turnover £525,199 Outstanding Former Manor House Superb Opportunity 21 Residents EPC - E This business is a confidential sale. To learn more about this business you must contact the selling agents, who...

Location: Gwynedd, Wales

For sale under: Nursing/Care Homes, Residential Care Homes

  • F/H Price
  • £1,300,000
GWYNEDD - Off Licence

£409,000 Projected Turnover Excellent Town Centre Location Free Roadside Parking Vibrant Trading Area Strong Customer Base EPC - E Blacks Brokers are delighted to bring to the market this outstanding opportunity to purchase a superb Bargain...

Location: Porthmadog, Gwynedd, Wales

For sale under: Off Licences

  • L/H Price
  • £39,950

PEMBROKESHIRE Successful edge of village catering led Public House Open plan Dining Room and Lounge Bar (100) Catering Kitchen Well appointed Accommodation Large Trade Garden Large Car Park and roadside parking EPC Rating C £350,000 Freehold...

Location: Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, Wales

For sale under: Restaurants, Pubs, Catering premises

  • F/H Price
  • £350,000

PEMBROKESHIRE Freehold £299,000 (reference 41430) 17th Century Village Hostelry 3 character interconnecting Bars/Dining Areas (75) 3 Bedroom Owners Accommodation Trade Patio EPC Rating D

Location: Cardigan, Dyfed, Wales

For sale under: Pubs, Pubs and Hotel Property, Public Houses

  • F/H Price
  • £299,000

Reasons for buying a business in Wales


Famous for its breathtaking scenery and the world class rugby and singing talent of its citizens, Wales offers lots of opportunities for business buyers looking to establish an independent lifestyle in one of the most picturesque and vibrant parts of the UK.

For the most part, service and manufacturing businesses lead the Welsh economy, while a significant number of UK public services including the DVLA, Office for National Statistics and the Intellectual Property Office are headquartered in Wales. Forestry and agriculture are both big employers, and Welsh Tourism continues to grow as an independent sector. This versatile range of industries creates a broad demographic of Welsh consumers and businesses across all earnings brackets, and there are lots of opportunities for those looking to take on an existing business.

The vast majority of businesses in Wales are SMEs – small to medium sized enterprises. Wales also has some of the lowest living costs in the UK, meaning that many of the small business owners in this country enjoy a high standard of living.

The Business Wales website offers advice and assistance for those looking to buy a business or a franchise in Wales – you can read their advice here.