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20 licensed and leisure properties for sale in Gloucestershire

  1. Tunnel House InnTarlton RoadCoatesCirencesterGloucestershire

    Leisure for sale

    • £26,500
    • 2.25 acres
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Restaurant
    • Telephone system
    • Train transport

    Historic Cotswolds Inn close to Cirencester and the Royal Agricultural University.
    • Highly attractive trading areas with a wealth of original features.
    • Excellent external trading areas within 2.25 acre site.
    • Undoubted potential through further promotion and investment.
    • The existing Free of Tie is for a term of 20 years from 5th November 2005 at a current rent of £55,000 pa. In principle the Landlord has agreed to extend the lease until 2032.

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  2. Westrip, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 6EY

    Leisure for sale

    • £300,000
    • Car park

    The Carpenters represents a cottage style stone built public house, with single storey extensions. It is deceptively large with two bars providing ample trading space to develop both food and local wet trade. The private accommodation on ground and first floors is ideal for a family having 3 bedrooms and separate sitting room. Outside there are gardens and terraces with superb panoramic views and adjacent easily accessible car park. An inspection is recommended to fully appreciate the accommodation and views. The Carpenters is deceptively large and provides ample trading accommodation to develop both the food trade and local wet trade.

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  3. High Street, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cheltenham, GL54 2AN

    Leisure for sale

    • £2,500,000
    • 0.78 acres
    • Cafe
    • Car park
    • Grade II
    • Lounge
    • Reception

    A hugely characterful boutique hotel, located in a village that is known as one of the jewels within the Cotswolds., Considered one of the prettiest villages in England, Bourton on the Water is home to a range of independent shops, restaurants and cafes, on the banks of the River Windrush. The village is known locally as ‘The Venice of the Cotswolds’. The oldest bridge in the village, Mill Bridge, was constructed in 1645 and is located in the village centre., The church dates back to 1110 AD and was the first stone church of Norman design. In 1784, the church was redesigned to reflect a neo-classical style, still standing today., In addition to the stunning country walks, Bourton on the Water also offers countryside attractions such as Birdland, The Cotswold Motor Museum, the Model Village and The Cotswold Perfumery and Brewing Companies., The Cotswolds are set in the heart of England, offering golden stone architecture, rolling countryside and tranquil historic villages covering in total 800 square miles. There are a wealth of historic monuments, houses, parks and gardens such as Blenheim Palace, Batsford Arboretum and Bourton House. The region attracts over 1.75 million over night stays per year with tourism being the principle industry, generating over £335 million in visitor spend each year. Over 6.7 million day visits accounted for £191.04 million spend in 2016, bringing total tourist spend in the Cotswolds to over £546 million. ( South West Research Company, 2018)., 15 en suite bedrooms in a superb location, Significant potential to expand, Space for a 120 capacity marquee STPP, Further development to the rear of the Property STPP, Ample on site car parking, The Grade II Listed Hotel has a prime location at the centre of the highly popular located village, giving the Property huge footfall, but which is currently not exploited. With the current food offering being limited (no lunch or dinner service), new owners have the chance to generate substantial turnover in the near future. With its attractive gardens and parking, it also lends itself to becoming a venue for weddings. The main part of the Hotel was constructed in 1698 by a local architect, Andrew Paxford. Subsequently, the Coach House has been converted to provide further accommodation. The Hotel features honey coloured stone walls, original fireplaces and character features throughout. On the ground floor of the hotel is the reception hall, leading to 2 recently renovated dining areas and a cosy bar lounge. To the front of the property is the gravelled access and lawn area, providing an attractive approach. To the rear of the hotel is a terrace for al fresco dining and beyond is a spacious lawn which can accommodate a marquee hosting up to 120 guests. This area may be suitable to extend the hotel, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. Alongside is a gravelled car park, which is particularly important as parking in the village is at a premium. In total the site extends to circa 0.781 acres. Guest accommodation is provided in 15 en suite bedrooms with river or village views, located in the main house and the coach house. The High Street runs directly past the entrance to the hotel, connecting the Hotel to the A429 (Fosseway) around 0.6 miles away. The Fosseway is the main route from Cirencester to Warwick and is an ancient Roman road. Moreton in Marsh train station is located 8.4 miles away. The nearest airport is Birmingham around 48.6 miles away, offering services to the rest of the UK and some European destinations.

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  4. Huxleys Restaurant, High Street, Chipping Campden

    Leisure for sale

    • £1,750,000
    • 800 sq m
    • Cafe
    • Grade II
    • Restaurant

    A successful business occupying a dominant position on Chipping Campden High Street., The Cotswolds is a world renowned destination, for local people within striking distance for a day visit, but also nationally for weekend and holiday stays, as well as internationally as part of a must-see UK itinerary., Covering around 800 square miles, its golden stone architecture and rolling countryside, combined with picture-perfect towns and villages lend it an aura that attracts visitors in substantial, and growing, numbers., Tourism is worth £1 billion a year to the Cotswolds economy, 38 million day visits are made in the area per year, 1.75 million tourist nights a year, Just over half of domestic holiday makers have taken a trip to the Cotswolds, The Cotswolds has levels of satisfaction comparable to other countryside destinations, but enjoys a very low level of rejecters, This destination is perceived more positively than other countryside destinations, over indexing for quality of environment, food and drink and also history and heritage, Well established business with strong trading track record. Trading information can be supplied to genuine applicants., Available individually or in conjunction with the Cotswold Collection, including Island House, The Dial House and The Old Bank., Grade II* Listed, 17th Century building, Thriving cafe, bar & restaurant, 100 covers in total, Opened in 2012, with continuous enhancements, Private dining opportunities, Far-reaching reputation for quality across all aspects of its offering, The building has recently had high specification refurbishment, which is resulting in even stronger revenue and profit. The current owners have developed a loyal and supportive customer base, leading Huxleys to be described as the heart of Chipping Campden. “Once you’ve worked up an appetite for pudding, amble over to Huxleys, a lovely Italian cafe in a 500-year-old building.” 17 May 2018 New York Times

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  5. Upper High Street The Square, Chipping Campden GL55 6AN

    Leisure for sale

    • £750,000
    • 800 sq m
    • Grade II
    • Restaurant

    Island House presents a rare opportunity to create a food and beverage offering in Chipping Campden with a variety of potential options., The Cotswolds is a world renowned destination, for local people within striking distance for a day visit, but also nationally for weekend and holiday stays, as well as internationally as part of a must-see UK itinerary., Covering around 800 square miles, its golden stone architecture and rolling countryside, combined with picture-perfect towns and villages lend it an aura that attracts visitors in substantial, and growing, numbers., Tourism is worth £1 billion a year to the Cotswolds economy, 38 million day visits are made in the area per year and 1.75 million tourist nights a year, Just over half of domestic holiday makers have taken a trip to the Cotswolds, The Cotswolds has levels of satisfaction comparable to other countryside destinations, but enjoys a very low level of rejecters, This destination is perceived more positively than other countryside destinations, over indexing for quality of environment, food and drink and also history and heritage, Island House would work well in conjunction with Huxleys Restaurant., Available individually or in conjunction with the Cotswold Collection, including Huxleys Restaurant, The Dial House and The Old Bank., Grade II* Listed Cotswold potential restaurant with accommodation, Attractive town house with 30 internal and 30 external covers, Presents a range of options for a new operator, Currently unoccupied, imense possibilities, Island House would work in conjunction with near-neighbour Huxleys, if retained under the same ownership, leveraging on the existing infrastructure and management. Island House was previously run as a successful and award-winning restaurant. The ground floor, leading out to the terrace area, has potential to become a bistro style food and beverage offering on Chipping Campden High Street. The first and second floors have potential for a wide variety of uses including guest accommodation, office or additional food and beverage facilities, subject to planning permission.

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  6. The Old Bank, Blockley, Dovedale End, Moreton-in-Marsh GL56 9HQ

    Leisure for sale

    • £850,000
    • 5,177 sq ft
    • Grade II
    • Office space
    • Restaurant
    • Train transport

    Grade II Listed Cotswold building with planning for a 10 bedroom hotel, restaurant and bar or suitable to a variety of uses, subject to planning permission., On the main railway line to London Paddington, The Cotswolds is a world renowned destination, for local people within striking distance for a day visit, but also nationally for weekend and holiday stays, as well as internationally as part of a must-see UK itinerary., Covering around 800 square miles, its golden stone architecture and rolling countryside, combined with picture-perfect towns and villages lend it an aura that attracts visitors in substantial, and growing, numbers., Tourism is worth £1 billion a year to the Cotswolds economy, 38 million day visits are made in the area per year and 1.75 million tourist nights a year, Just over half of domestic holiday makers have taken a trip, to the Cotswolds, The Cotswolds has levels of satisfaction comparable to other countryside destinations, but enjoys a very low level of rejecters, This destination is perceived more positively than other countryside destinations, over indexing for quality of environment, food and drink and also history and heritage, Available individually or in conjunction with the Cotswold Collection, including The Dial House, Huxley's Restaurant and Island House, Highly prominent Grade II Listed landmark building in Moreton-in-Marsh, Tremendous potential to create a stunning boutique destination, On the main railway line to London Paddington, 481 square metres, or 5,177 square feet in total, Constructed in circa 1840, The Grade II listed, 3 storey Old Bank provides a rare and unique opportunity in the heart of the Cotswolds. The impressive landmark building, packed with original features, is situated in a prime and highly visible location within Moreton-in-Marsh on the junction of the High Street and A44. In its current form, the Property has an area of circa 481 sq.m. The Property would suit a range of potential uses, including retail, residential, office and hospitality subject to planning permission. Previously, the Property provided a bank and offices on the ground floor with residential accommodation next door. The Property has planning permission (19/00467/FUL) to be converted into a 10 bedroom hotel with 60 cover restaurant on the ground floor with an extension to the rear. In addition, architects drawings have been created for a mixed use office and residential development providing ground floor office space, residential townhouse and four 1-bedroom apartments (STPP).

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  7. Dursley, Gloucestershire, GL11 4BP

    Leisure for sale

    • £425,000
    • Courtyard
    • Restaurant

    Substantial mid terrace character building, constructed on ground and first floors with stone elevation and pitched tiled roof, single storey buildings to rear. Internally there are two separate trading areas, then main bar/restaurant to the front and the restaurant to the rear. At the front of the premises there is space for outside seating (not included in title) and an enclosed courtyard to the rear. The Kings Head is a significant licensed building in the centre of Dursley.

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  8. Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8SG

    Leisure for sale

    • £585,000
    • Cafe
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Open plan

    A substantial detached character property with stone painted elevations. To the side and rear are car parking facilities, outside seating and substantial gardens together with an adjacent field. Internally the premises have been refurbished to a high standard offering three interlinking trading spaces (circa 50 covers). The first floor private accommodation is significantly better than the majority of private accommodation over licensed premises with a superb open plan lounge, diner kitchen, three double bedrooms and a bathroom.

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  9. Rose & Crown, 3 The Cross, Nympsfield, Stonehouse, GL10 3TU

    Leisure for sale

    • £600,000
    • Car park
    • Grade II
    • Kitchen
    • Restaurant
    • Spacious

    Nympsfield is on the path of a former Roman road, which ran from Cirencester to Arlingham but is a settlement even more ancient than that - a Neolithic burial site known as the Nympsfield Long Barrow is located nearby. This is a “proper” village with two churches and primary school as well as Rose and Crown. Nympsfield is the home of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Gliding Club and there is a popular campsite at Thistledown Farm bringing plenty of additional potential customers in the summer months. New housing has been constructed on land around the pub which when occupied will provide additional customers for the business.

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  10. Boutique Cotswold Guest House & Owner's Cottage, Clapton Row, Bourton-on-the-water, Cheltenham

    Leisure for sale

    • £1,400,000
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Open plan
    • Restaurant

    Excellent, award winning lifestyle business opportunity with separate owners’ cottage in the charming Cotswold village of Bourton-on-the-Water., Located in the heart of the North Cotswolds, Bourton-on-the- Water is regularly voted one of the prettiest villages in England and has a unique appeal to visitors and residents alike., Bourton-on-the-Water offers a wealth of attractions and shops, restaurants and tea rooms., Often described as the ‘Venice of the Cotswolds’, the village provides for every day amenities such as banks, libraries, shops and restaurants., 12 en suite letting rooms, Breakfast room, commercial kitchen, laundry and stores, Suitable for a lifestyle owner with adjacent self contained 2 bedroom cottage, Well established business with strong track record of profitability, Full year forecast revenue for 2019 of £300,000, Trade to June 2019 shows revenue up by c.10% up versus the same period for 2018, Trip Advisor Certificate of excellence award, The owner’s accommodation comprises a two storey self contained cottage which is attached to the main building. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall, open plan sitting/dining room/kitchen, two first floor double bedrooms and bathroom. Parking is available outside the cottage. Guest accommodation is provided over two properties with 6 bedrooms provided in the main building and 6 within an annex building. All bedrooms are en suite. Family bedrooms are split on two levels, with a king bed on the ground floor and two single beds upstairs, which share a family bathroom. The self contained apartment in the main building occupies the second floor and provides a double bedroom, a single bedroom, living area with sofa bed, kitchenette and family bathroom. The breakfast room is provided in the main building on the ground floor lounge area and in the conservatory. Adjoining this space are the commercial kitchen and ancillary areas. In a separate external building is an onsite laundry with storage shed adjacent. Car parking is provided on site for 12 guest cars.

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  11. Former Countrywide Store Bourton on the Water, CHELTENHAM GL54 2EP

    Leisure for sale

    • £1,500,000
    • 13,048 sq ft
    • Business park
    • Exposed bricks
    • Storage
    • Telephone system

    An attached Countrywide store including garden centre with covered display area. The building is of steel frame construction with brickwork and profiled sheet elevations. The front elevation is fitted with entrance canopy together with customer entrances and loading door. The internal areas have been used for retail and storage purposes and include staff facilities and offices. Located on the approach to the centre of Bourton on the Water. Retail store with external compound.

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  12. Triangle Park, Triangle Way, Gloucester GL1 1AH

    Leisure for sale

    • 1.88 acres
    • Restaurant

    Triangle Park, Metz Way is a new development which includes new Morrisons supermarket and a soon to be constructed Mercedes commercial vehicle dealership. The showroom plot extends to 1.88 acres and is prominently positioned adjoining the supermarket and the to be developed restaurant zone which will include a Costa Coffee Drive-Thru.

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  13. The Climbing & Caving Centre, GLOUCESTER GL1 1HY

    Leisure for sale

    • £1,000,000
    • 19,922 sq ft
    • Business park
    • Car park
    • Exposed bricks
    • Lift

    Mid terrace 5 storey 19th Century depositary warehouse with brickwork elevations incorporating mainly UPVC double glazed windows beneath double pitched timber trussed roof with slate covering incorporating roof lights. Used as a specialist climbing and caving centre on ground and 4 upper levels, floors linked by two steel staircases and lift.

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  14. Malvern View, Cleeve Hill, Cheltenham, GL52 3PR

    Leisure for sale

    • £995,000
    • Restaurant
    • Spacious
    • Telephone system

    Malvern View's location offers the best of both worlds. For lovers of countryside the expanse of Cleeve Hill Common is but a step away through the back gate and although accessibility is excellent on the main Cheltenham to Winchcombe road the elevated position sets both owner and guest well above the traffic.

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