A holiday park in Brean has gone on sale this week, providing a rare chance to buy a tourism business in the village.
Specialist business property firm Christie & Co has been instructed to sell Lazy Days Holiday Park in the village.
Situated on over one acre of grounds, the property includes the Ocean Bar pub, which operates year round, and 15 six-berth static caravans for let, which are operational for most of the year.
In addition to a large beer garden seating 150 covers, the property includes the Ocean Waves cafe, which is independently operated under a one-year rolling lease.
Nicholas Calfe, Director at Christie & Co’s Bristol office, told Burnham-On-Sea.com that the current owner acquired Lazy Days in 1998, after he stumbled across the property in search of gas for his caravan.
After nearly 20 years in business, the current owner is now looking to retire.
“The Lazy Days Holiday Park presents a great opportunity for an investor or an existing operator looking to expand their portfolio and purchase a profitable leisure business that not only has caravans and camping grounds but its own public house and beach cafe,” says Nicholas.
“There is potential to extend trading months of the holiday park, as the pub is open all year round.” More details from Christie & Co.