BRADFORD has become known over recent years for up its bustling nightlife, with a number of bars, pubs and hotels.

Micropubs, bars and pubs seem to be opening up all of the time.

Here is a list of other pubs and hotels up for sale in Bradford, according to

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Dubrovnik Hotel - £800,000

This hotel, in Oak Avenue, includes 45 en-suite bedrooms, lounge bar and restaurant. It is on sale via estate agents, Lambert Smith Hampton - Manchester.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Great Northern Hotel - £450,000

This Grade II Listed venue in Thornton has a small bar and main bar and a 10-space car park.

There is four-bedroom accommodation on the first floor. It has a separate two bedroom apartment for a dependant relative.

The second floor is six rooms which are presently unused. Large cellars. On sale via Ernest Wilson.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Hotel/Guest house - £295,000

Heaton Grange, Toller Lane, is located within half-a-mile of the Bradford Royal Infirmary.

It is a purpose-built former residential care home complex arranged as two main wings, with 18 single bedrooms plus assisted bathrooms; manager's room; lounge; dining area and commercial kitchen. The owner has applied for 10 more rooms. It is up for sale via Andrew Idle Associates.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Star, Westgate, Bradford - £275,000

This three-storey stone built corner terrace public house main bar and first floor bar/function room. It has a large seven-room basement cellar and rear trade patio.

It is on sale via Sidney Phillips and Fleurets.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Greyhound Inn - £80,000

Greyhound Inn is located in Tong Lane, Tong village, Bradford. The site includes a large car park and a cricket club within its grounds.

The pub's current weekly sales are £12,692. It has been in its current ownership since 2008.

It is on sale through Kings Business Transfer.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Pub/bar for sale - £45,000 - Bradford City Centre

This bar located in Bradford’s independent quarter and among a series of bars and pubs which make up one of the city’s main night scenes.

It has an excellent reputation for cocktails and a wide range of rums and achieves a good weekly turnover of £2,500 in just four days per week.

The site is on sale via Ernest Wilson.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

North Parade bar - £25,000

This micro bar enjoys very low rent and the potential to utilise an outside decked area to the back.

The bar could be operated by one single bartender, taking £1,000 each week. It has space for 30 guests. It is on sale via Ernest Wilson.