Man O’Ross Hotel

Ever since 1835, travellers have called in at the Man O’Ross for a cold ale or a night’s accommodation, and today this timber-gabled sandstone hotel still offers good country comfort. Although the Midland Highway now bypasses Ross, the town is a popular stopover between Hobart and Launceston, especially for those with an interest in colonial history. Upstairs there are half a dozen inexpensive rooms with shared facilities, and downstairs the bistro, games room and beer garden are friendly and welcoming. There’s also a self-contained unit for two in the hotel’s gardens.

Contact information

35 Church St; (03) 6381 5445


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