Stay in the Cornish capital during the winter months, with rooms from £139 per night, including breakfast and a two-course dinner.
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Winter in Cornwall is a magical time of the year. As the summer crowds disperse and the dusky evenings draw near, the county dusts off their raincoats, pulls on their wellington boots and swaps the shorts and flipflops for jeans and jumpers.
Our Cosy Cornish Retreat is available from 1st November 2021 until 28th February 2022, and includes breakfast and a two-course dinner. Subject to availability. Our room rates for two people are:
Our four-silver star hotel, cocooned on the outskirts of Truro, has everything you need for the perfect winter getaway.
The Alverton is quintessentially Cornish in every aspect. Prepare to have your breath taken away as you make your way to the grade II listed building at the end of the winding driveway. Impressive architecture, towering brick walls, stained glass windows and rolling emerald lawns welcome you. And that’s before you’ve even stepped foot through the old oak doors.
The Alverton’s past is deeply embedded in every brick, window and archway. As well as beautiful interiors unlike no other in the area, the grounds boast an outdoor oasis. During the winter months, frost-bitten grass glistens in the cold morning sunshine and the sun-trap terrace offers an outside seating area. Enjoy a warming hot chocolate, a glass of something stronger or something tasty from the bar menu.
Foodies will fall in love with The Alverton with an award-winning menu that changes seasonally to showcase the best of the south west. Fuel up on heart-warming classics and inventive culinary creations. All presented with the unique Alverton signature. Even more, our bar, a roaring fire creates a toasty environment to wind down with some after-dinner drinks or celebratory tipples to begin your stay on a high.
Choose a coastline to explore, just a short drive from Truro. From the surfing hotspots and mind-blowing sunsets of the north coast to the picturesque coves and harbour villages in the south.
Wrap up warm and visit untouched stretches of sand and footprint free coastal paths on some of the county’s ocean strides, guaranteed to put some colour in your cheeks and a light dusting of sea salt spray in your hair.
Nature lovers will be spoilt for choice! With the array of gorgeous gardens dotted around the Cornish countryside, some even with their own private beaches, characterful shrubs, whimsical waterfalls and subtropical blooms. For instance, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Glendurgan, Trelissick, Trebah, and Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens are just a handful of the evergreen gems of Cornwall.
And with plenty of attractions within close driving distance, one day could be spent exploring The Eden Project, the next could be a trip to Newquay Zoo or a tour of Healey’s Cider Farm. There’s so much to see and do in Cornwall come rain or shine.