Businesses for sale in Wales

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PEMBROKESHIRE - COASTAL VILLAGE PUB

Established traditional coastal village pub enjoying much tourist trade. Refurbished in 2015 to a high standard. Lounge Bar, Games Bar, Restaurant, Catering Kitchen. Owners Accommodation. 2 en suite Letting Rooms. Large Garden. 4 berth Caravan.

Location: Pembroke, Dyfed, Wales

Search categories: Restaurants, Public Houses

  • F/H Price £395,000
POWYS

BRECON BEACONS NATIONAL PARK - VILLAGE FISH & CHIP SH0P IN CONVERTED STABLES

Location: Brecon, Powys, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £99,995
GWYNEDD - MID WALES COASTAL RESORT

High Street restaurant & cocktail bar Restaurant (46) Superb 4 bedroom owners accommodation. Turnover £102,000 per annum from limited opening hours. EPC rating B.

Location: Tywyn, Gwynedd, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £225,000
MID GLAMORGAN - MERTHYR TYDFIL

Small hotel in town centre. Refurbished to a good standard. Open plan restaurant & bar (28). Six en-suite letting bedrooms. Well appointed three bedroom owners flat with private garden. Courtyard garden to front (12). Currently operated...

Location: Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan, Wales

Search categories: Bed & Breakfasts, Public Houses

  • F/H Price £225,000
CROWN HOTEL-SKEWEN-SOUTH WALES TEN MINUTES FROM SWANSEA AND NEATH

Substantial Public House on busy Main Thoroughfare. Front bar (30) & Lounge bar (60). First floor snooker room. Three bedroom first floor owners flat. Enclosed rear trade garden with smoking solution & private parking space. Currently...

Location: Neath, West Glamorgan, Wales

Search categories: Hotels and Motels, Public Houses

  • F/H Price £130,000
DENBIGHSHIRE - CORWEN

The Berwyn Arms is an historic property that is reputed to date from the 1700s’ and appears to be constructed in the main of stone and brick with rendered and colourwashed elevations under predominately pitched slate tiled roofs. It offers...

Location: Corwen, Clwyd, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £345,000
WEST GLAMORGAN - SWANSEA CITY

Substantial and well appointed public house with additional rental income. Large open plan ground floor trading area (100+) Carvery. First floor office complex producing £12,000 per annum income. Pub sales circa £200k net &...

Location: Swansea, West Glamorgan, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £295,000
MID GLAMORGAN

Open plan ground floor lounge bar. First floor function room. Second floor currently renovation and has planning for six en suite letting bedrooms plus office. Beer patio & smoking solution. Lock-up. Net sales £170,925. EPC rate E.

Location: Aberdare, Mid Glamorgan, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £285,000
MONMOUTHSHIRE - COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT PROPERTY

Usk, Monmouthshire - Commercial investment property. Ground floor restaurant with external trading areas to rear. Two flats above. Rental income of £24,000 pa. EPC rating D.

Location: Usk, Gwent, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £249,500
WEST GLAMORGAN - REAL ALE & CIDER PUB

Traditional wet led public house. Just off busy town centre. Open plan horseshoe shaped trading area. Potential catering kitchen. 4 bedroom owners accommodation. Large enclosed rear garden. Former brewery building. Wet sales only. Net sales...

Location: Neath, West Glamorgan, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £160,000
FLINTSHIRE - BUCKLEY

Substantial public house in large site in semi rural location. Lounge bar. Public bar. Games room. Two bedroom flat. Large car park & garden. Site approximately .32 of an acre. Currently closed. May suit alternative use subject to...

Location: Buckley, Clwyd, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £325,000
GWYNEDD - TALYSARN

The Halfway Inn is located in the village and is a stone constructed cottage style property under pitched slate tiled roofs. It offers two trading rooms with private accommodation above and large garden with outstanding views of Snowdonia...

Location: Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £125,000
MONMOUTHSHIRE - RECENTLY REFURBISHED TRADITIONAL LOCALS PUBLIC HOUSE

Royal Oak, Pontnewynydd, Pontypool Recently refurbished traditional locals public house with established and lucrutive trade. Easy to operate open plan trading area. Kitchen. 2 bedroom owners accommodation. Car park & gardens. Gross...

Location: Monmouthshire, Gwent, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £195,000
MONMOUTHSHIRE - VILLAGE PUBLIC HOUSE

Rising Sun, Woodcroft, Chepstow Monmouthshire/Gloucestershire Border Village Public House. Open plan bar areas. Three bedroom owners accommodation. Trade garden. Currently closed. EPC Rating D.

Location: Chepstow, Gwent, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £325,000
GWENT - TOWN CENTRE EDWARDIAN PUBLIC HOUSE

The George, Commercial Street, Pontypool Town Centre Three Storey Edwardian Pub. High Street location. Open plan traditional bar (50). First floor restaurant/function room. Catering kitchen. Three bedroom owners accommodation. Currently...

Location: Pontypool, Gwent, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £145,000
MONMOUTHSHIRE - BUSY TOWN CENTRE CAFE RESTAURANT

Cafe/Restaurant in busy town centre location Well appointed premises offering ground floor seating with open gallery style kitchen/service area. First floor restaurant (40). External seating (8). Suit all cafe/restaurant use.Lock up. New...

Location: Monmouth, Gwent, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • L/H Price £30,000
PEMBROKESHIRE - ST DAVIDS - AWARD WINNING RESTAURANT

Award Winning Restaurant in busy tourist location. Well established & profitable business. Character premises with 2 ground floor dining areas. 1st floor dining area & catering kitchen. Lock-up. 2nd floor Office, Private Kitchen & Shower...

Location: Haverfordwest, Dyfed, Wales

Search categories: Restaurants

  • F/H Price £475,000
GWYNEDD - LLYN PENINSULA

Our clients purchased the business in 2004 and have traded it to suit their lifestyle for many years, now deciding its time to retire from the pub trade. They currently operate on very limited hours opening three evenings a week between...

Location: Criccieth, Gwynedd, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £195,000
SHROPS/POWYS BORDERS

Market Town Centre Inn. High quality bar & restaurant (36) Four excellent e/s letting bedrooms. Two bedroom owners accommodation. Trade garden. T/O £150,000 per annum gross. EPC rating E.

Location: Knighton, Powys, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £235,000
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Under Offer: GWENT - SUBSTANTIAL VALLEYS TOWN FREEHOUSE

The Inn Place, Market Street Substantial North Valley's Town Free House. Split level open plan bar areas (100). Function room (120). Cocktail bar/private meeting room (50). Car park. Set in a plot of half an acre. T/o £149,000 pa...

Location: Tredegar, Gwent, Wales

Search categories: Public Houses

  • F/H Price £145,000

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.

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