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Our Sales service starts with a dedication and a passion to provide the best advice possible. This is delivered by a highly experienced and professional team equipped with the tools to achieve results.

Our highly skilled team offers unparalleled market insight for all types of leisure property sales. Our national profile, local knowledge and passion for the trade, ensure we continue to provide a market leading service to our valued clients. If you have a pub for sale, hotel for sale or even a leisure property investment or nightlclub for sale, Fleurets are here to provide the advice you need to make your decisions, now or in the future.

Our work

New Inn, Ham Common

Fleurets assigned the lease to our client in 2006 and we were happy when we were instructed to then sell the lease after 17 years occupation. A beautifully presented public house and gardens in a prime spot in Ham Common close to Richmond Park. There were multiple offers received with a deal being agreed with a successful multi-site operator.

Ex Wags N Tales, Surbiton

Our client had previously tried to let the unit with another commercial property agency however this was unsuccessful so instructed Fleurets. The property is in a prime position on the edge of Surbiton town centre and with a GIA of just over 3,000 sq ft, offered flexible space for a variety of different operators. As such we received strong interest and multiple offers and the deal completed within 2 months from start to finish.

The Fox Inn, Newark

The tenant operates the property in the village of Kelham near to Newark opposide the Kelham House Country Manor Hotel under a leasehold interest expiring in June 2038. This tenant bought in the freehold interest, which was owned by the Landlord, Tavern Propco. The transaction was handled by Elysia Wilson-Gunn in the London Office. This was on behalf of our client Tavern Propco.

New Dawn Pubs

Fleurets acted on behalf of New Dawn Pubs who made the decision to consolidate their business by selling two pubs. The sale resulted in the completion of the Royal Exchange in Lindford which was an off market sale and the Rose and Crown near Alton, which was openly marketed with strong interest from a number of operators. Both properties completed to Henley-based pub operator Brakspear.

George & Dragon, Tadley

Fleurets first let the George & Dragon in 2020 before we sold the leasehold three years later. The property was placed on the market due to the previous owner's ill health. During the marketing process, we had 12 formal viewings with three strong offers with the property completion to a private individual who had known the pub for a number of years.

Cross, Waterhouses

A rural pub and caravan site which had been closed since 2020 and had fallen into significant disrepair.

The response to the marketing was phenomenal which resulted in more than 50 parties attending an open viewing day ahead of a Best & Final bids process. A sale significantly above the asking price was secured and both the pub and the caravan park will hopefully be open ahead of the 2024 Summer season.

Red Lion, Newent

Fleurets were instructed to market the property both To Let and For Sale. Values in Newent are lower than other areas in Gloucestershire and therefore the opportunity to acquire a town centre pub with letting rooms and a garden off an asking price of £395,000 appealed to a cross section of purchasers. We received 169 requests for details and the freehold was sold close to the asking price of £395,000.

Captain Howey Hotel, Kent

The Captain Howey was brought to the market on behalf of private clients who had initially run the business themselves but when they decided to retire was then let. When their tenants decided not to renew their lease as they themselves wished to retire, we were appointed as agents to offer the property on the open market. Our marketing approach included regular advertising, direct approaches to over 9000 matching registered applicants and viewings quickly followed. A sale was subsequently agreed to a local independent operator.

Bird In Hand, Bristol

The tenant operates the property in the village of Saltford near to Bristol under a leasehold interest expiring in May 2034. This tenant bought the freehold interest, which was owned by the Landlord, Tavern Propco. The transaction was handled by Elysia Wilson-Gunn in the London Office. This was on behalf of our client Tavern Propco.

Oz Bar, Nottingham

The tenant operated Oz Bar in the centre of Nottingham under a leasehold interest expiring in April 2026. This tenant bought the freehold interest, which was owned by the Landlord, Tavern Propco. The transaction was handled by Elysia Wilson-Gunn in the London Office. This was on behalf of our client Tavern Propco.

White Horse, Edmonton

Being in the centre of Edmonton it benefitted from good footfall, therefore receiving interest to remain as a public house but with some interest from developers due to the large upper parts. With 13 viewings in total, we set a best bids deadline. The first sale fell through but due to receiving competitive bids we exchanged swiftly with another party who bought the site for continue licenced use.

Seven Stars, Marsh Baldon

The freehold had previously been acquired by 'the village' who impose trading requirements. Fleurets secured experienced local operators who were presented to 'the village' committee who were enthusiastic about their potential. Due to the difficult market conditions the Landlord accepted a slightly reduced rent for two years enabling the deal to proceed. This represents a good example of Fleurets' ability to facilitate a deal in a difficult market.

The Crown, Radnage

The freehold of the destination public house was on the market with Fleurets for just two months before going under offer. The village pub saw extremely high levels of interest during its short time on the market with 17 viewings on the opening date alone.

The sale of The Crown highlights that in this difficult market there are still active funded buyers looking to transact in short timescales.

Red Lion Inn, Milfield

The Red Lion was sold after a 17 year association with the owners, who had previously been both managers, then tenants and owners from 2010.

With a young and growing family they decided to sell the Red Lion Inn, previously unsuccessfully marketed by another agent. We assisted in arranging a sale to a family partnership who moved from Cheshire.

Fieldys, Suffolk

Fleurets provided marketing advice for both letting and sale and our clients opted to sell. We needed to facilitate a quick sale so it was more important to use our knowledge of likely buyers and contacts in the area. Several calls were made aswell as details mailed to other pubs in the town and catchment and to local convinience shops as it could have suited another alternative use. This resulted in a number of viewings within days of the property coming to the market from which mutiple offers were received.

Shepherds Rest, Todmorden

A very nicely presented country inn and destination eating-house which had been well maintained by the same owner for a number of years. The property had previously been on the market with another agent, however, they had failed to find a buyer. The property was brought to market by Fleurets and the buyers, who were living in Australia, saw it advertiser on our website. Ian Taylor of our North West office introduced them to a specialist mortgage broker and the sale completed with all parties delighted with the outcome.

Pinegrove Hotel, Carlisle

The freehold of the 25 en suite bedroom hotel had been in the Middleton family since 2003 with the younger generation taking over in September 2019 following the death of their father. Fleurets saw genuine interest with the hotel being purchased by Karpal Singh Sohal who will be building on the existing trade and plans to open a new Indian restaurant.

Cock Inn, Halstead

A freehold disposal for a pub company. The pub has had a tricky recent history including a period of closure and latest tenants were keen to leave for another site they felt more suited to with the same landlord. Openly marketed with a closing date which generated strong interest and several offers exceeding the guide of £495k. Contracts unconditionally exchanged at £535,000.

1,113 viewings
last year
Over 75,000 registered
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Over 250,000
applicant records

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