EVER fancied owning a pub?

There are 13 pubs up for sale across East Lancashire which are waiting to be snapped up and brought back to life.

Whether it's been your dream to ring the last orders bell, or you have wanted to take your first step into the leisure business there are several pubs to get your hands on.

From traditional pubs to more modern gastro establishments, all types are available.

Take a look at a number of pubs on the market.

The Bonny Inn, Salesbury

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

This rural pub's leasehold is on the market for £120,000.

The establishment had a £957,000 net turnover in 2018 and has a large kitchen, 80 covers and an al fresco dining and beer patio.

It also boasts a three-bedroom accommodation upstairs for the owner.

The Cabin End, Knuzden

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

This venue is on the market for £350,000 and is more than a pub, it also boasts a large function room and lounge bar, with living accommodation, including three bedrooms.

Leisure property agents Fleurets said due to the size of this establishment, it has the potential to be turned into supermarket.

Uncle Jacks, Lower Darwen

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

This pub has been on sale since the end of July for £160,000.

The Branch Road pub has a lounge bar and a public bar, with a rear beer garden and a five-bedroom flat above.

In September last year the Lancashire Telegraph reported they were looking to invest cash and rename the pub, close to Ewood Park, The Jack Walker in memory of the multi-millionaire steel magnate and Blackburn Rovers’ greatest supporter ­— who oversaw the club’s rise from the old First Division to Premier League champions.

The Crown and Thistle, Hoddlesden

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

The grand Crown and Thistle pub is up for let with a new free-of-tie lease of £25,000pa.

The country pub has 100 covers and the previous owners bought the site in 2007 and spent more than £200,000 renovating the property and creating a restaurant.

It has a car park and a one bedroom accommodation.

Former Bee's Knees, Accrington

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

The former Bee's Knee's at 9 St James Street, Accrington, is on sale for £150,000 freehold.

The former pub closed in May 2018.

It is in the town centre and has a large open plan trading area.

It has four bedroom private flats above.

Peel Park Hotel, Accrington

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

This delightful business is up for sale for £475,000, freehold.

The Turkey Street centre has a lounge, a snug and a function room, with a large beer garden and car park.

It also has a three-bedroom living accomodation.

Judge Walmesley, Whalley

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

The Judge Walmesley in Whalley Road is up for rent.

It is available to rent for a variety of uses has a large car park.

It sits near the River Calder and is on the door step of Whalley.

The Belmont Bull, Belmont

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

The former Belmont Bull shut its doors in the last 12 months and is in the centre of the Belmont village.

It is up for sale for £350,000 and features period stone and has forecourt parking.

It is slightly set back from the main road and has a mix of open plan bars and lounge area, with a seperate restaurant and kitchen.

On the first floor is five bedrooms, a kitchen, lounge and dining room.

The second floor has not been converted and is used as storage.

The Talbot Hotel, Burnley

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

The Talbot Hotel in Church Street is up for sale for £499,995.

It also doubles as a hotel with four en-suite letting rooms, as well as a one-bed self-contained flat on the first floor.

It has a large three-bed flat on the second floor which is used as living accomodation.

The hotel was renovated in 2010.

The pub currently has live bands on three times a week and is busy during the football season.

The Prince of Wales, Darwen

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

The pub in Quaker Street is up for auction with a guide offer starting at £85,000.

It dates back to 1870 and was known to its regulars as ‘The Singing Mouse’.

It will go to auction on Tuesday, September 3 at the AJ Bell Stadium in Manchester, biding will start at noon.

The Wellington Hotel, Clayton-le-Moors

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

This large establishment is up for sale for £125,000.

The Wellington Street site has a snug bar, large open plan public lounge, a secondary function room at the rear.

The first floor has a snooker room, three additional rooms, a bathroom and a small kitchen.

There is a yard to the rear of the building.

The Foresters Arms, Haslingden

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

This public house has been given an initial guide price of £85,000.

It has four trade areas in the ground floor, a beer cellar and a first floor private living accomodation suitable for two or three bedrooms.

The Belgrave, Darwen

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

The Belgrave off Belgrave Road is up for sale for £140,000.

It has a bar, seating area, a store/cool room and toilets on the bottom floor.

It has a bar and function room, with a DJ booth, dance floor and seating areas with toilets on the second floor.

The top floor has private accomodation.

The Moorcock Inn, Nelson

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

The Moorcock in is on the market for £384,995.

The building dates back to the mid 1700s and has a long history as a coaching house and country pub.

The current owners have been at the helm for 20 years.

It has four bedrooms with a large attic space, suitable for possible conversion to create more living space.

Duke of York, Grindleton

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

This grade II-listed pub, in the centre of the Ribble Valley is open to offers in excess of £325,000.

It has a large car park and a small garden area to the rear.

It has various rooms on the upper floors and provides potential living accomodation.

The Boars Head, Newchurch

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

This pub is up for sale for £295,000

It's a mid terraced pub with a vaulted beer cellar and a barrel drop at the rear of the building.

Bee's Knees/The Crown, Rawtenstall

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

The Bee's Knees, formerly The Crown, in Rawtenstall is on offer for £295,000.

It boasts more than 6,000 square feet of space over four floors and has an open plan bar and lounge area.

It has secured let until 2026.

Eagle Hotel, Chorley

Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen:

The Eagle Hotel in Chorley is on the market for £175,000.

It has three private bedrooms, along with a beer garden at the back and kitchen and function room.