DO you have big dreams to run your own company?

Perhaps it's time to make those dreams a reality with one of these Watford businesses. 

It has been a tough year for companies up and down the country and it's no surprise that so many doors are being sadly shut for good. 

However, with enough ambition and passion the right owner could breathe new life into these businesses.

Here are some businesses in and around Watford on the market right now: 

Tudor Lodge Hotel, Field End Road, Pinner


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If you're a small hotelier or you've got big plans to run your dream hotel then look no further. 

This enormous 44-bedroom hotel in Pinner was originally built in the 15th century and has been extended considerably since then. 

Made up of three parts this business has a main building, which is Grade II listed and has 15 rooms, an annexe building with 23 rooms and a family block with six rooms. 

It is described as currently performing well as both a hotel and restaurant, producing a healthy bottom line profit.

This hotel could be a fantastic investment especially with the projected increase in Brits travelling in the UK after lockdown. 

Find out more on Rightmove.

The Tree, Rickmansworth


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It's always sad to see a pub change hands, as they play such prominent roles in our communities.

But if you've ever fancied yourself as a pub landlord then perhaps now is your chance with this pub in Rickmansworth.

The property is Grade II listed and has a prominent position on Uxbridge Road near Rickmansworth - ideally located for links to London Marylebone. 

It's a good sized pub with lots of space and a large trading garden however, it has potential to be used for an alternative use - subject to planning. 

Find out more on Rightmove.

19 Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead


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Until recently this property was used as an estate agents but now is looking for a new business to breathe some fresh air into the lot. 

The property comprises a mid terrace lockup shop with interconnecting upper parts on first and second floors which can be separately accessed by a side door.

If you're interested in this business venture then find out more on Rightmove.

Woody's, Dickinson Quay, Hemel Hempstead


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Do you dream of opening up your own restaurant?

This prime opportunity one Dickinson Quay in Hemel Hempstead is right on the marina with and benefits from stunning canal views.

The business is fully equipped to a high standard and can cater for up to 130 covers - 70 inside and 40 outside. 

Woody's was a successful vegetarian restaurant for more than 19 years. The new owners will be able to benefit from the business's good reputation. 

If you're interested in this opportunity visit Rightmove. 

Sprinkles, Hemel Hempstead


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Ever fancied running your own gelateria?

This lovely cafe and takeaway holds a prominent location in the centre of Hemel Hempstead and has an annual turnover of £126,000.

The business has an excellent reputation with high levels of repeat custom as well as strong supplier relationships.

Sprinkles is known for serving sweet treats including gelato, waffles and crepes. 

This opportunity is available to those looking to purchase a franchise gelato store with space for 70 covers and a fully equipped kitchen. 

Find out more about this business on Rightmove.