The Hop “N” Grapes is an attractive period property with the exterior rendered white offset with black painted timbers enhanced in the Summer months with hanging baskets and outside lighting. The interior of the pub is traditional with two bars with seating for about 80, a games room which also doubles up as a family room plus an attractive secluded rear walled trade garden. The Hop ‘n’ Grapes has one of the few pub gardens in the Town Centre. The sunny, secluded garden is very popular with a large patio and lawn area seating 70+.
The Hop “N” Grapes is situated in Lower Union Lane which runs parallel with Union Street, the main shopping and business areas of the Town, close to the Union Square Shopping Centre and the Town Hall. Torquay is the major resort in the heart of the English Riviera. The three coastal towns of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham together form the Borough of Torbay. Torquay, facing South overlooking the Bay, is recognised as the principal Town. Torbay has an indigenous population in excess of 120,000 over half of whom live in Torquay making it one of the major conurbations of the South West Region. The main industry in the area is Tourism and the population increases dramatically during the Summer months with the influx of visitors to South Devon.