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Ross a beaut historical town about 120 kilometres north of Hobart . The Pub has rooms upstairs which are well maintained , clean and shared bathrooms , which was no issue as I was the only guest staying . The Pub food is excellent and...More
My mother always wanted to buy this hotel and restore it. Unfortunately my father threatened to leave her if she did. They have been dead for some years now and I finally managed to stay here for a night and rather quickly began to channel...More
There are times when you are faced with several hours of country highway driving - particularly in the evening - when a service station roadhouse, a Subway or a Banjo's just doesn't cut it for a tasty and filling meal. But with the darkening sky...More
This town has so much more to offer than meets the eye!
Lots of beautiful architecture, history, great accomodation, food, giftware, antiques and collectables.
We stayed at the Man O Ross hotel, a lovely room (double and two singles) for $90, clean facilities, light breakfast...More
The man of ross hotel is old, a little tired and needs some love. It was ok. When the day hit the high 30's in temperature, the room was going to always be hard to deal with. But noisy guests snd creeking floors were somrwhat...More