Welcome to the official site for Ross Accommodation, operating since 1987. We pride ourselves on offering unique accommodation for the those who enjoy staying somewhere that is not just like a motel room or a cabin. We offer:
*Colonial Cottages of Ross self contained historic cottages
*Ross B&B Accommodation Bed and breakfast
SPECIAL! TWO nights special in the B&B. Music Room. 4 poster bed, Ensuite room includes breakfast provisions, port, Dinner mints Free WI FI. beautifully warm room $199 (Usually $148 per night.) Only available by ringing or emailing. For details go to “contact us”. Special offer ends during August. Check out the Music Room
Our properties are located within easy walking distance to the famous Bridge, antique shops and bakeries.
All our accommodation offers off street parking and quiet cottage gardens. We are located in one of the highest regarded and popular historic villages in Tasmania. We are centrally located in the state making much of Tasmania accessible within an easy day trip. Click here to learn more about our historic village
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“The most beautiful historic town in Tasmania.
Tasmania has an excess of beautiful and fascinating 19th Century colonial towns. Places like Campbell Town and Richmond are famous for their gift shops, their pretty vistas and their overt tourist appeal. But, of all the early 19th Century towns, there is nothing quite the equal of Ross.
The secret is that the Midland Highway (the main route between Hobart and Launceston) by-passes Ross thus preserving the original, sleepy character of the town.
The great quality of Ross is that it has not been overly corrupted by modern tourism. The town is very typically English and, with its warm Ross sandstone, is reminiscent of the towns which can be seen in the Cotswolds or in north Oxfordshire. In many ways Ross is a town which has been held in aspic. It is beautifully preserved.”
The Age Feb 2004