We assure you of a good night’s sleep on our five-star quality beds. A selection of pillows is available for your comfort. All rooms also have spare blankets. All rooms are non-smoking, ground floor, with parking at your door.
$135 per night twin-share plus $30 per extra person.
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Each of the well-appointed rooms in the Georgian style cottages also offer heating, electric blankets, iron and ironing board, hair dryer in the bathroom, electric kettle, crockery, cutlery, microwave and refrigerator. All rooms have new flat screen TVs with Austar/Foxtel included in your rate. Complimentary WIFI if required. The Motel can also provide complimentary DVD player and choice of DVDs for guests if required. You have your choice of single, twin, double (queen bed) or family configurations. Continental breakfast provisions are included in the rate of $135.00 per room, per night (twin share), some promotion rates do not include continental breakfast provisions. As the Ross Motel is fully licensed a good selection of wines, beers and mixers can be purchased at Reception for you to enjoy.
Each room is tastefully decorated in autumnal colours and features the art work of Pat Williams, a highly sought after local artist.
You can park your car or motor cycle outside your Motel unit and the Ross Motel offers secluded and safe car parking for all its guests.
Each room features:
- Austar / Foxtel
- Electric blankets
- Heater & ceiling fans
- Hair Dryer
- Iron & ironing board
- Clock radio
- Toaster & kettle
- 1 hr free Nomad Net WIFI
- Continental Breakfast
- All guests have access to laundry facilities
The Motel is two minutes walk away from the delights of the main street of Ross which includes two bakeries, old wares, antiques and collectables shops and a beautiful streetscape of Elm trees and stone buildings. A stroll through the Ross Caravan Park will take you directly to the Ross Bridge which is the third oldest convict built bridge in Australia and renowned for its wonderful carvings or to the ruins of the Female Factory (one of only five in Tasmania).