Convert money in to string

Hi,
I am taking a field form an SQL database which is in a money format and would like to move this to a string to display and save in a nvarchar field.
I believe that I need to convert this to a decimal, which I would like rounded to just 2 decimal places. So where I have got to is :
Response.Write("£" + Convert.ToDecimal(AddAds["GFProductPrice"]));

This however produces 4 decimal places so I tried rounding by

decimal bestprice = Convert.ToDecimal(AddAds["GFProductPrice"]);
Response.Write("£" + "{0:#.##}", bestprice);

but this says the write method expects 2 arguments.
Any suggestions on the best way to display the money field as a rounded number in a string format.

Cheers
Simon CrippsOwnerAsked:
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CuteBugCommented:
Try this

Response.Write(String.Format("£{0:#.##}",bestprice));
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BardobraveCommented:
Money type fields usually go formatted to two decimals. Have you tried to directly export the data to a string format without intermediate conversions?
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Simon CrippsOwnerAuthor Commented:
Many thanks
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