The Alverton

The Alverton is perched on the outskirts of Truro city centre. A magnificent, grade II listed building steeped in history, boasting original architecture dating back to the nineteenth century. Tradition meets contemporary, as you walk through the oak door, past ivy-draped stone walls and mullioned windows, to be met with sparkling service, award-winning food, and charming bedrooms.

Enjoy two AA-rosette awarded food from the Alverton’s restaurant, overlooking pristine lawns, ancient beech and maple trees, and an outstanding array of bright flora. Much like the gardens, Head Chef Ollie Wyatt’s menus transform with the seasons, relying on the bounty of the county to deliver unforgettable flavours with every forkful. On warmer afternoons, nothing beats relaxing on The Alverton’s suntrap terrace with a signature cocktail, or a Cornish cream tea.

The Alverton’s rooms marry classic stately home touches with contemporary, quirky interiors. Look out for original features, left untouched from many moons ago. The Courtyard suites offer extra opulence with decadent roll-top bath tubs, designer furnishings, and stained-glass windows.

When you’re ready to explore the coast and countryside of Cornwall, you’ll find yourself in the optimum location. From Truro, hop on a bus, train, car, or boat and start venturing to our most famous landmarks. From the Eden Project’s indoor jungles, the old Cornish tin mines, and dramatic North coastline, to a mapful of National Trust treasures, fascinating museums, and exhilarating watersports, The Alverton is the perfect central base.

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