• Exterior of Motel Room
  • Ross Bridge at dusk
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Situated on the banks of the Macquarie River our deluxe 4 star Georgian Style cottages are well appointed and a leisurely two minute stroll from the centre of Ross Village.

We pride ourselves on having the best selection locally of Australian and imported wines. Our small, boutique Motel stocks a good range of Australian wines and a sprinkling of imported varieties. We have a good selection of reds, whites and blends from many Australian wineries together with the more popular beers, cocktails and mixer drinks.

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Interior of Queen motel room

Glorious Georgian style cottages

Spend a night or more in luxury, sleeping on our five-star quality beds in tastefully decorated rooms featuring artworks from local artist Pat Williams.

In the morning you can relax with our continental breakfast or enjoy a short stroll into the village for some freshly baked breakfast (last few words need more awesome)

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Interior of cabin accommodation

Heritage cabins

We have five heritage shearers cottages available for those that want a break from the outdoors.

These heritage cabins have hot water and basic cooking facilities including a cooktop, microwave oven, refrigerator, saucepans, crockery and cutlery.

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Covered BBQ area in caravan park

Caravan Park

The Ross Caravan Park is on the banks of the Macquarie River alongside Tasmania’s iconic Ross Bridge (1836). The Ross Bridge is the third oldest bridge in Australia.

The level ground site is bordered by a beautiful old, dry stone wall with abundant shade trees. There are 20 powered sites and a similar number of unpowered sites.

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Latest News

Picture: Tessa Beattie and Caitlin Evans - from The Mercury

An article appeared in The Mercury on Saturday, 28th March 2015 written by Emma Hope which noted that every year thousands of Japanese tourists make the pilgrimage to the Ross Bakery in the heritage village of Ross in the middle of Tasmania, captivated by its likeness to the setting of one of Japan’s most popular […]

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