Ross Village Bakery Inn

When it was built in 1832, this two-storey Georgian coaching inn was called ‘Sherwood Castle’, in a nostalgic reference to the owner’s home county of Nottinghamshire. While still accommodating weary travellers, it now takes its name from the bakery next door. Be warned, if you take one of the four ensuite rooms upstairs you’ll wake to the aroma of freshly baked bread from their wood-fired oven. The bakery has been there for 100 years and they know what they’re doing, as you’ll see from the scrumptious breakfasts they prepare for guests. There’ll be enough to fill you and a doggie bag for later.

Contact information

15 Church St; (03) 6381 5246


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