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100% would recommend it to a friend
An historical building with attractive surroundings - definitely worth a visit!
A last minute booking - well worth the extra cost.
I needed an extra day and my B&B across the road was fully booked. A regular visitor to Truro, I have often wondered what The Alverton would be like and this gave me the perfect opportunity to see. Entering the long winding drive from the main road, which is a dual carriageway, one soon begins to appreciate the 'secluded' nature of the site. Although the car park is a bit of a walk from Reception, there was a porter service to help with luggage to the room, which was at the end of an extraordinary route through the building - a slightly confusing mix of staircases and doors and changes of direction. However the room was a delight; double aspect at the front of the building, high ceiling, all expected facilities, sparkling bathroom and very comfortable bed. One concern was the rickety nature of the door lock - even when closed and locked the gap between door and jamb made it look as if it were still open. Breakfast was very enjoyable; cold buffet and hot dishes too - I recommend the Full English, including hogs pudding and Cornish potato cake. Service was as it should be, friendly but not intrusive. Reception staff were very helpful and courteous. Only one night, but I had a good impression, so much so I have booked for Christmas. Can't wait!
Very friendly hotel with terrific staff.
A special mention to the night manager who saw to our every need all night.
Stunning building and gardens.
TV didn't work but it was literally the only bad point.
Keep doing what your doing Alverton!
Great Stay - defininately the one to stay in, in Truro.
We were pleasantly surprised and felt well looked after during our stay.
A nice relaxed environment and comfortable rooms. Nice attention to detail and decent food. The only grouch I had was that I was woken up and kept awake until 3am by some noisy guests. When I phoned the night porter on more than one occasion no-one responded. I received an apology the next morning and realise that the hotel is not responsible for the behaviour of guests, but it marred what would have been a delightful stay.
Very pleasant, room needed a spruce up
Stayed in a single room which was looking a bit tired and was smaller than I'm used to for other business trips in 'more expensive' parts of the country, so made me resent slightly the cost of the stay, compared with other places.
Everything was fine, but needed a spruce up - the wardrobe that needed a chair up against it to keep it closed, the shower that had seen better days, etc. However, you cannot fault the welcome (excellent receptionist on in the evening), the breakfast service or food, or the ambience of the hotel.