This interesting and attractive red brick building was originally built as a place of worship for Fowey’s Roman Catholic community and has since been converted into residential accommodation. St Monica’s is ready and waiting to share its heritage with you.
With ’reversed’ accommodation, the property incorporates a superb first floor open plan living area with a high, sloping ceiling.
The Caffa Mill car and dinghy park; the Bodinnick Ferry landing slip and an access point to the river for boat launching (by direct arrangement with the Harbour Office) are all in easy reach from here and the property is situated only a 10 minute stroll into the centre of town, but has the added advantage of being accessible from the ‘back road’, thereby avoiding the town centre traffic.
Maybe St Monica’s is no longer a place of worship, but the views from the huge floor to ceiling arched window on the first floor are definitely miraculous. Watch the river life at work as well as the ferry making its daily journeys across the river to Bodinnick.
All you need to do now is pray for some sunny weather for your family holiday in Fowey.