10 Sussex pubs and hotels looking for a new owner right now

Ever dreamed of running your own bar? Now could be your opportunity, with several pubs and hotels available on the market in Sussex

Wednesday, 9th December 2020, 2:43 pm
Ever dreamed of running your own bar?

From traditional Tudor properties, to village pubs, there is a fantastic selection of hotels and pubs available for purchase in Sussex. All businesses listed on Rightmove.

Offering a warm and cosy atmosphere, plus a function room to cater for large parties, the Kings Head is the perfect pub for anyone wanting to enter the market with a full size carvery. Located in Lower Horsebridge, Hailsham, the pub also offers bed and breakfast accommodation.
Coming in at just under £800,000 is a wonderful old style detached property located in Wilmington. Kitted with natural wood floors and brick fireplaces, the Giant’s Rest also features two letting rooms and a trade garden for summer months.
The Royal Oak is located in Flimwell, East Sussex. The pub features an open wood burner and stripped wood flooring, and is big enough to cater for 60 people. There are also two en-suite letting chalets for travelling guests.
An attractive and traditional English pub, the Netherfield Arms is an eight time winner of the Flowers in Bloom competition. Exposed brick and an inglebrook fireplace make the pub the most picturesque one on our list. Big enough for 40 people, the pub also features its own three bedroom owner’s accommodation.
The two floor detached building located in Rushlake Green has its own car park and a beer garden. Traditional styling on the exterior make it inviting on the outside, and its exposed beams and wood panelling in the interior make it cosy for guests.
Located on George Street in the seaside town of Hastings, this property is a first floor bar with a cellar below. It features a covered seating area outside, perfect for sunny days. The space has the ability to hold 20 guests, and features quirky interior trademarks.
A rare leasehold for a hotel right next to the shoreline. The property is a five storey Grade I listed period building, with guest accommodation as well as staff and owner’s accommodations on the lower ground floor. The property was also recently refurbished.
The four floor period property is a steal, with a price tag of under £50,000. Featuring brick and part colour washed elevations, it is located in the centre of Battle. The hotel has 23 en-suite guest bedrooms and a large space which could be converted into more rooms. Outside, there is a car park with room for 12 cars.
This 16th century Tudor mansion is a rarity on the market. It was originally built for the local ironmaster in 1599. The property features a restaurant and garden room, as well as detached owner’s and staff accommodation.
The final listing is this impressive 84 bedroom seaside hotel, offering two bars, three conference rooms and an indoor swimming pool. It was one of the leading hotels in Eastbourne, and it now could be yours.