The Alverton is a beautiful, Grade II listed hotel, just on the outskirts of Truro city centre. A hidden gem on the hill, the characterful building was once a convent for the sisters of the Epiphany and has stood tall since 1830. The Alverton features 51 unique bedrooms and blends modern furnishings with classic and characterful features of the building.
What makes a stay at The Alverton unique?
The Alverton's rich history, location and facilities make it such a unique hotel to stay in. Its location is perfect for those looking for a city escape or wanting a central base to explore Cornwall's coast, towns and countryside. The Alverton boasts a sun-drenched terrace suitable for al fresco dining, a diary full of fun events, stunning features such as The Great Hall perfect for weddings and other gatherings, and charming private gardens that give the hotel a peaceful oasis feel.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Alverton?
The Alverton has 51 characterful rooms, including nine suites. Every room is unique and no two the same, but all guarantee relaxation, romance and ultimate comfort.
Head to The Courtyard for The Alverton's newest complex of individually designed bedrooms, with quirky features and ample room for a luxurious stay. The Courtyard is a peaceful, tranquil and relaxing space, with bespoke furniture, roll-top baths and contemporary en-suite bathrooms.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Truro area?
Truro is the capital city of Cornwall and has a whole host of opportunities for visitors. The cathedral city is picturesque, and guests can explore the various shops, cafes and restaurants in the winding cobbled streets.
The Alverton is the perfect base for exploring further afield too. With the coast, countryside and city all closeby, the staff are on hand to recommend the best places and attractions to check out.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Alverton has a two AA rosette classic-contemporary bar and restaurant for guests to dine in and enjoy top notch tipples. If the sun is shining, guests can also take their food and drinks outside to the sun-drenched terrace.
Head Chef, Simon George, offers a hearty Cornish breakfast in the mornings, to get the day started well. If guests want to sample somewhere else for food, Truro city centre offers a plethora of fabulous eateries to try, just a short stroll down the hill.