Located in the heart of Tasmania's finest Heritage Village we're a comfortable 1830's coaching inn with creaking stairs, cosy bedrooms with en suites and a log fire in the guest lounge. Wake to the smell of fresh bread from our own wood-fired oven. Start your day with our a unique bakery breakfast, with hot bread, croissants and pastries straight from the oven to your table. Don't worry if you can't eat it all - you can take it away for your morning tea. Ross Village is the best ½ way stopping point between Hobart and Launceston, and only one hour's easy drive to the East Coast.
Convict built in 1832 for John Dickenson, a free settler from Nottinghamshire England, the Ross Bakery Inn is a classic Georgian house built from Ross quarried sandstone. It has permanent listing on the Tasmanian Heritage Register and is classified by the National Trust of Australia.
Today the Ross Bakery Inn continues the tradition, offering travellers comfortable accommodation for up to 8 guests in 3 first floor bedrooms, each with en suite facilities. On cool evenings a log fire burns cheerfully in the downstairs guest lounge, where we serve complimentary tea and coffee with fresh bakery cakes.