Colonial Cottages 
and Ross B&B

Ross is renowned for its historic buildings and these three early 19th-century cottages plus the Edwardian B&B are no exception. They’re centrally located, so it’s an easy stroll to take in the town’s remarkable colonial heritage, especially the pride of the village and one of Tasmania’s most famous landmarks – the 1836 convict-built bridge. See if you can decipher the political message some say convict stonemason Daniel Herbet wittily embedded in his intricate and beautiful carvings on the bridge arches. Choose nearby accommodation to suit, from the self-catering one-bedroom Church Mouse cottage to the more spacious Captain Samuel’s cottage, or the B&B Music Suite with a four-poster bed, breakfast provisions and a lolly shop across the road.

Contact information

12 Church St; (03) 6381 5354


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