Businesses for sale in Cornwall, South West
Two Partner Chartered Practice, based in mid-Cornwall. This is a general practice, with one office. The practice premises are freehold and currently owned by the two partners. One partner to retire on an agreed transitional consultancy arrangement post sale and is flexible, with the second partner t...
Founded in 2010 by the present owner, a highly reputable and successful domiciliary care business operating up to a ten-mile radius of its base. The business operates as a limited company and the name and limited company are included within the sale. Established client database including private cli...
Country house hotel for sale very near the Eden Project. AA three-star 84% with stylish bedrooms and suites. Indoor swimming pool and around two acres of grounds. Very attractive profit. ...
Freehold four-star guest accommodation with highly commended certificate. Eleven en-suite letting bedrooms. Extensive grounds and car park (0.24 acres). Presented to superb standard. Profits approaching £140k....
Heavily modified detached bungalow property set in a semi-rural location within the South West, close to the town centre and amenities, registered for six residents [general old age and adult learning difficulties]. Advised fee income of £298k plus for 2015 with £290k plus expected for current fin...
This established plumbing and heating business was set up more than 36 years ago and in that time has established itself as a leading provider of heating and plumbing services along with more specialised works relating to renewables installations such as heat pumps etc. Services are provided within ...
A traditional village inn situated on the Devon/Cornwall border. A successful business and substantial property with further potential to expand trade and increase opening hours. Sports bar, keepers bar, dining room with circa 25 covers, commercial kitchen, ground floor beer cellar, cloakrooms, thre...
A deceptively large 13th century grade II-listed market town inn situated half a mile form the north Cornwall coast. A character property with plenty of ambience and a strong turnover to match. Main character bar (26 covers), public bar (circa 30), restaurant (50 seated/100 standing), gallery restau...
A stunning freehouse located in a sought-after village on the Roseland Peninsula, only a short drive from St. Mawes and Truro. A well-established, profitable business and a particularly atmospheric and pretty property. Traditional character bar/dining areas for approximately 50+ covers, enclosed bee...
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- Publishing of Newspapers, South West
- Licensed Restaurant, South West
- Other specialised construction activities not elsewhere classified, South West
- Wholesale of wine, beer, spirits & beverages, South West
- Manufacture of fabricated metal products, South West
Local information: Cornwall, South WestCornwall is located at the south west tip of England, bordering only one other county (Devon), and otherwise being surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the English Channel. The county became a unitary authority in 2009, when its former six districts were scrapped in favour of a centralised council based in Truro.
Cornwall is the homeland of the Cornish people and diaspora, and many residents and scholars consider it one of the six Celtic nations. Residents proudly maintain their own history, language and culture, and a self-government movement seeks greater autonomy within the UK.
Since the decline of its tin-mining industry, which had flourished on and off since Roman times, along with fishing and agriculture, the county relies heavily on tourism, which makes up around a quarter of the economy. There is also now a significant creative industry in Cornwall, encompassing areas like graphic design, product design, web design, packaging design, architecture and photography.
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