Ross B&B Accommodation provides bed and breakfast accommodation in Tasmania’s historic village of Ross. Built in 1927, the accommodation is centrally located in the leafy main street of Ross.
All rooms have queen-size beds with en suites. There is one wing, ‘The Retreat’ that has two bedrooms and a private bathroom. It has a separate entrance and the second bedroom has twin beds. The Music Room has a larger en suite, a lovely four-poster bed and original bay window. Breakfast provisions are provided in the breakfast room so that guests can prepare and eat breakfast when they wish. All rooms have televisions and tea and coffee making facilities.
Formerly home of the local blacksmith now you can sip port in the sitting room. Enjoy the garden patio, smell the old English garden and listen to the joyful birds of Ross. Wander across the road and enjoy fresh bread from the bakery’s wood-fired oven. Explore the village’s historic buildings and visit the famous Ross Bridge. If you would prefer to have self-contained accommodation, there are historic cottages available as well.
Ross is about an hours’ drive from Launceston (78 kilometres/48 miles) south along the Midlands Highway.