Business Services Hotel and Leisure

Covering the unique needs of your business

Specialist legal advice for the hospitality and leisure industry in all areas including acquisitions, property, health and safety, licensing law and trading law

With a vibrant hospitality and leisure economy in the South West, we have developed a bespoke legal service drawing on the expertise held by many of our commercial lawyers to offer business owners a specialist, comprehensive legal partner for your business.


Call us on 01803 403403 for straightforward advice from a team of solicitors that specialises in the hospitality and leisure industry.



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Our hospitality and leisure lawyers support businesses everyday with the legal challenges that face them; from purchasing or selling a hotels, parkhomes, guesthouses, campsites, restaurants, bars, inns and public houses and other properties in the tourism spectrum to financing, contracts, planning and more – we have an expert in the team who can offer specialist advice on any topic.

Key to your successful outcome is that we put you first. We really listen and understand what’s important to you.

We’re ready when you are.

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We believe there is no substitute for personal, one-to-one advice and we value the long-term relationships that we build with our clients.

Our hospitality and leisure lawyers have developed a keen understanding of the hotel and leisure industry over decades of working in one of the UKs most popular tourist destinations. We have provided legal advice and support to many clients, including a number of prominent hoteliers in Torbay, the South Hams and beyond, meaning we have substantial experience in acquisition and disposal as well as the very particular legal needs of the sector.

We combine the expertise of a number of our lawyers such as commercial property, corporate law and dispute resolution to provide trusted advice and legal support for your businesses in areas including:

  • commercial property – buying, selling and financing hotels, guesthouses, B&Bs and parkhome sites as well as bars, restaurants pubs and other tourist attractions.
  • commercial leases – negotiating tenancies, dilapidation and enforcement issues
  • company commercial – advising on options of how to structure and finance your business, as well as setting up contracts and policies
  • dispute resolution – supporting your business through disputes with suppliers, partners or employees
  • licensing – ensuring the smooth transfer of existing premises licences