Prospective business owners have a huge range to choose from in Swindon.

The website businessesforsale lists 30 companies that are currently on the market - some are franchises and others are established businesses with the owners retiring or moving on to something else. 

Here are some of the highlights:

Stylish café, deli and shop

The owners of a "well established, popular and very profitable" cafe, deli and shop are retiring and looking to sell.

The business consists of a butchers, a fishmongers, a deli and a café.

There is a butcher manager - who runs the shop on a day-to-day basis - and three other staff.

Opening hours are Tuesday to Saturday, although there is scope to expand on these days.

The advert says: "This business would suit someone looking to extend their portfolio or someone looking to get into food retail in a growing market."

Asking price: On request; Turnover: £530,000; Net profit: £90,000.

The Highworth Hotel

Swindon Advertiser:

The Highworth Hotel is in need of a new owner. 

It's described as a "handsome townhouse hotel in fantastic location" and allows for 100 covers and 10 letting rooms. There's also a courtyard garden and large car park. 

Asking price: £720,000; Turnover: £601,677; Net profit: Available on request.

Established picture framing business

Swindon Advertiser: Photo: BusinessesforsalePhoto: Businessesforsale

The current owner of an established framing business is looking for someone else to take over, and is even willing to give them the full training and equipment they need to do so. 

"Turnover could be increased by implementing marketing including to the area’s new housing estates, and developing new trade contacts such as with local photographers, artists, businesses and organisations," the advert said. 

The lease on its current location expires in September, so a new location will be needed. 

Asking Price: £29,000; Turnover: £42,000; Net profit: Available on request.

Authentic Indian and Bangladesh takeaway

Swindon Advertiser:

Another business is on the market because its owners are calling it a day and enjoying retirement - this one being an "authentic" Indian and Bangladesh takeaway. 

The advert claims that the business, which was estabished in 2000 and has five staff, has received many 5* reviews and is a past winner of the National Curry Chef of the Year competition. 

It has its own website and pre-established delivery agreements with Just Eat, Deliveroo, and Uber Eats. 

Freehold Price: £250,000; Leasehold: £65,000; Turnover: Available on request; Net profit: Available on request

For the full list of Swindon businesses available for sale visit the website here.