Have you ever dreamed about running your own pub?

If so you’re in luck as there are many pubs ready to be taken over right on your doorstep in Lancashire.

From community boozers to modern micropubs, there is something for every potential future businessowner to take charge of.

Here are five pubs and bars you can take over in Lancashire, as found on businessesforsale.com:

The Hideaway Bar & Kitchen, Burnley

The Hideaway pub/restaurant, formerly known as Kelly’s Bar, has an asking price of £60,000.

It was established by the current owners in 2018 and is located among a busy parade of shops and offices.

The business is only up for sale as the current client’s other business interests are “higher than anticipated”.

The business has become very well known in this area with a strong customer base and social media presence.

Ye Olde Original Withy Trees, Preston

Lancashire Telegraph: Ye Olde Original Withy Trees, Preston. (Photo: Google Maps)Ye Olde Original Withy Trees, Preston. (Photo: Google Maps)

This freehold pub has an asking price of £450,000.

The new owner will be walking into a proper community pub, complete with beer patio and private garden.

It has an open plan trading area, catering kitchen and three bedroom private accommodation.

Stanley Road Working Men’s Club, Blackpool

Lancashire Telegraph:  Stanley Road Working Men’s Club. (Photo: Google Maps) Stanley Road Working Men’s Club. (Photo: Google Maps)

Fancy running your very own social club? This business has an asking price of £270,000.

This Blackpool venue is often frequented by locals and is situated close to the town centre.

Ideal for parties and gatherings, it also has a first floor function room.

Mylo & Co, Ormskirk

This modern bar has an asking price of £64,995 with all the furniture and fixtures included.

Mylo & Co has been trading on Burscough Street since 2017 and has since become a “well known, busy bar with a good base of regular customers”.

Since being refurbished in 2017, it now has a modern, quirky aesthetic serving an array of drinks including cocktails, craft ales, gin, draught beers and a large spirits selection.

With comedy clubs on Sunday evenings and live music on Friday, it seems like the place to be for a night of entertainment.

Royal Oak, Lancaster

Lancashire Telegraph: Royal Oak (Photo: Google Maps)Royal Oak (Photo: Google Maps)

If you want to run your very own Hornby village pub then this could be your chance, if you are willing to pay the £360,000 asking price.

It’s currently closed, but after some time and love it could be turned into a proper community boozer.

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Excitingly, this pub was once owned by TV comedian, Jim Bowen, most famous for his presenting role on ITV’s Bullseye from 1981-1995.

He purchased the pub in 1998 alongside his wife, Phyllis. It was later taken over by Thwaites brewery.

Mr Bowen, who grew up in Clayton-Le-Moors, was educated at Accrington Grammar School and worked as a dustman in Burnley at the age of 15.