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Ross Motel 
2 High Street,
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One of the newest motels in Tasmania centrally located between Hobart and Launceston in the historical town of Ross. (opened in 2005)  Winner of the 2006/7 Tidy Towns Tourism award for new high standard accommodation. Situated beside the Macquarie River, this unique 4 star motel features deluxe motel units housed in Georgian styled cottages. Rooms offer all the amenities one would expect in a new four star rated property: Ensuite, queen/single beds, tasteful décor, original artwork, TV/DVD, electric blankets, heater, fan, clock radio, iron/ironing board, tea making facilities and continental  breakfast  provisions, hairdryer, refrigerator, microwave, a selection of complimentary DVD movies.  Broadband internet connection in reception for those carrying laptops. Guest laundry or choose our complimentary laundry service.

 Featuring eight double rooms with queen-size beds and three, two-bedroom family rooms – with either two  queen- beds  or one queen room  and one twin-bed room.  We assure you a good nights sleep on our five-star quality beds. A selection of pillows is available for your comfort –soft, firm,  feather or latex.. All rooms have spare blankets for those who do not like to use electric blankets.

 All units are non-smoking, all rooms ground floor, chemical free – we use only Enjo products - parking at your door, in safe, peaceful surroundings. 100 metres from the centre of the historic village. Gay friendly.

Ross Village was the winner of the 2008 “Keep Australia Beautiful” award for the best preserved historic and cultural village in Australia and the Tasmanian Tidy Towns award.

Ross is a small village worthy of it’s reputation.

 As you wander the tree-lined streets of Ross, you will be transported to a time long gone but not forgotten. The Ross bridge the 4th oldest in Australia, and possibly the most beautiful of its kind left in the world, was built by convict stonemasons in 1836.  Intricate carvings cover the three sandstone arches.  The village boasts several gift and antiques shops, as well as bakeries offering delicious pastries made on the premises and many historical stone buildings.


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