Continental breakfast provisionsTea, Coffee MakingTelevision in roomCD playerelectric heatingqualilty bedding and matressensuite bathroomoff street parkinggreat location within historic precinctcomplimentary port and dinner mintsfreee WI FIelectric blanketsIron and iron boardSeperate shared sitting roomseperate shared dining/sunroomshared outdoor under cover patioold cottage gardensChairs in roomShared refrigerator in breakfast roomGuest controlled electric heating
Queen bed, sunny position. Ensuite bathroom. Miss Annie’s Room has a warm comfortable feel with an attractive fire surround. Breakfast provisions included. Tea coffee making in room. Complimentary port and dinner mints. Soak up the atmosphere of Miss Annie’s room, put your feet up after a big day exploring the wonderful historic village of Ross.
About the B&B
Once the home of the local blacksmith, now you can stay in this popular B&B, located in the leafy main street of the famous Tasmanian historic village of Ross. Choose an ensuite room with a Queen bed or perhaps the retreat with two bedrooms and private bathroom. Sip port in the sitting room or get comfy, make a cuppa and watch TV in your own room. Often a sea breeze will send tempting aromas of the wood fired oven from the bakery opposite. In the morning prepare your continental breakfast provisions your way in the sunny breakfast room. Enquire direct to us by email for special rates for guests wishing to book the entire B&B (suits 6-8 people).
We love to pass savings on to guests when we can. The longer you stay the cheaper it gets. Please press the “current promotions” button on the booking page to see how the savings apply for the dates you wish to stay. Special seasonal rates may also apply as we try our best to reduce the rates for our Bed and Breakfast. Even during peak periods we do our best to reduce our rates. Please feel free to visit our bookings page to view rates or book with us. Please note these deals ONLY apply to bookings made from this website.
Story about the room
This room was the original “main bedroom” in the cottage. The current owners built the ensuite in the room in 1991. Many years before then lived a little lady fondly referred to as “Miss Annie”. She moved into the village to live closer to amenities from a local farm just after world war 2. She had domestic staff live in to look after her. This was her bedroom.
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