Businesses for sale in East Sussex, South East
Freehold 108-bedroom seafront hotel. Multiple public areas, large office area and garden. 130 capacity ballroom. Two lifts to all floors. Restaurant with circa 160 covers....
Set within approximately 40 acres, the property includes extensive equestrian facilities together with a charming residence which has been substantially improved by the current owners. The house comprises five bedrooms. The equestrian facilities include 42 stables in total, a 40m x 20m indoor arena/...
An opportunity exists to acquire the business and assets of this highly regarded and one of the largest soft furnishing suppliers in the UK. The sale has been ordered by the joint administrators. Based in Portslade, Brighton, East Sussex. Annual turnover to December 2016 £4.21m. Business has been t...
East Sussex, T/O £200,000, Long established business in the ownership of our client since 1981, Excellent coastal trading location, Enviable reputation in local area with good levels of repeat custom, Scope for further growth, Ideal development opportunity, 2 substantial properties including 6 flat...
Established care home registered for 17 residents. It provides nursing care as well as a residential base. The property consists of 11 single rooms and three double rooms. A day room and a dining room are also on site, along with a catering kitchen and administration office. It is operated under man...
Freehold care home for EMI and dementia care. Manager run....
Well established, AA 4* rating, 13 bedrooms, High number of repeat guests, Beautifully presented throughout, Detached cottage/owners accommodation, Large landscaped gardens with private walkway to Winchelsea, Ample car parking, Stunning location with rural views, Licensed wedding room, Booking.com r...
East Sussex. W/T £18,000. Established in 2001. Relocated to current premises in 2014. Prominent trading location in a high footfall area. Great levels of repeat custom. Award winning business. Caters for parties, functions and events. 100 internal covers and 12 external. Potential to add additional...
Located in Brighton's city centre. Ground floor and basement unit. Ground floor bar (30-80). Basement WCs and cellar area. Well-known late night venue. Scope to increase thriving trade....
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- Retailer of clothing, South East
- Courier Services, South East
- Commercial Construction, South East
- Spraying and signage for cladding and buildings, South East
Local information: East Sussex, South EastEast Sussex was part of the ancient kingdom of the South Saxons. Its coastal location meant that it was invaded many times, initially by the Romans, and later by the Normans. The area was also on high alert during WW2 because of the threat of German invasion.
The ancient kingdom of Sussex has had two separate county administrations since the 12th century. This situation was formalised by Parliament in 1865, and the two parts were given distinct elected county councils in 1889 under the Local Government Act 1888. In East Sussex there were also three self-administered county boroughs: Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings.
In 1974 East Sussex was made a ceremonial county, and the three county boroughs became districts within the county. Brighton and Hove became a self-administered unitary authority in 1997; it was granted city status in 2000, whilst remaining part of the ceremonial county of East Sussex.
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