Molloys Torquay

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20 Fore Street, St Marychurch, Torquay, Devon, TQ1 4LY
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Molloys Torquay, Devon

About Us

In picturesque St Marychurch precinct, a family run boozer serving craft beers from our own micro brewery. Great reputation for live sport and music.

Serves coffee and drinks, Walk-ins welcome, Good for groups or parties, Outdoor seating.

An outlet for their own Brewery, Platform 5, which is brewed in nearby Newton Abbot at the Railway Brewhouse this pub is located at the eastern end of the pedestrianised St Marychurch precinct. It used to be called The Manor Hotel and then The Manor Pub before being renamed Molloys and old photographs of the original building are displayed in the pub.

Features

Real Ale Available

Facilities:  Disabled Access (Ramp available, no disabled toilet) Dog Friendly, Events, Quizzes, Traditional Pub Games, Live Music, Separate Bar, Smoking Area, Sports TV and Wifi.

Customer Reviews:

Great local with great locals.

Great locals, great atmosphere, great pub.

Such a great pub, lovely friendly staff and great atmosphere...plus the best beer in town.

 

St Marychurch is a charming suburb close to the delights of Babbacombe Bay and Torquay, Devon.  It’s a lovely place to stay with its delightful pedestrianised precinct and everywhere within easy walking distance. You’ll find lots of independently owned boutiques and family-run businesses here and St Marychurch’s unique personality is why so many people fall in love with the place and come back year after year.   One of the very oldest settlements in South Devon, St Marychurch’s two historic church towers dominate the Torquay skyline.

The Famous Chilcote Memorial
Look out for the Chilcote red marble obelisk at the Fore Street crossroads, which celebrates the life of Doctor Herbert Nicholas Chilcote. He was hugely significant to the poor of this now fashionable, area during the 19th century.  In addition to his renowned service to the local people, Dr Chilcote was called upon to give medical evidence in the famous John Lee murder trial (the so-called “Man they could not Hang”) after Miss Emma Keyse was found murdered in her home near Babbacombe Beach in 1884.    
St Marychurch remains a uniquely character-filled destination full of fascinating shops, great accommodation and plenty to see and do.

Opening Times

2020 Opening (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)

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