WIN a West Country stay in Truro

ONE LUCKY READER and their guest can win a two-night stay at The Alverton, located in the riverside city of Truro, Cornwall.

A Grade II-listed former convent, the four-star hotel boasts its own bell tower, slate roof, mullioned windows, ivy-clad walls and curved archways.

It’s within walking distance of everything the cathedral city of Truro has to offer, including an impressive range of independent shops and chains, restaurants and cafes, theatre, gardens and port.

The prize consists of breakfast both mornings and one three-course dinner, including a bottle of red or white wine, on one evening in The Alverton’s two AA Rosette classic-contemporary bar and brasserie.

Overlooking the garden and terrace, the restaurant, which specialises in a wide range of British favourites, is bathed with light during the day, while in the evening you can enjoy a more intimate dining experience enhanced by soft lamplight.

The Alverton is also the perfect base for the West Country’s best attractions and destinations, such as Lost Gardens of Heligan and The Eden Project, which are both around a 30-minute drive away, as well as St Ives (40 minutes), and Bodmin Moor (50 minutes)

You can reach The Alverton in roughly four-anda- half hours driving from London or in about fi ve hours by train from London Paddington, plus a fi veminute bus or taxi ride.

For more information, visit or call 01872 276 633.


Simply answer the following question:

The Alverton is in which county?

A) Berkshire B) Cornwall C) Devon

For your chance to win, enter the answer and your contact details in form below by 30 November 2017.

TERMS & CONDITIONS: The prize is as described and there is no cash alternative. No other expenses, including travel, are included as part of the prize. The prize is non-transferable and

non-refundable. Dates are subject to availability and cannot be taken over Christmas and New Year and during August 2018. Competition prizes must be booked in advance, and the winner

has nine months from Moneywise notifying them that they’ve won to redeem the prize.