ROSS BAKERY INN: "Old fashioned Bakery" Ross Restaurant Tip by balhannah
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Whilst walking the streets of Ross, we noticed the old bakery in the main street.
Bakery for lunch, it was decided, so in we went and bought a pie and Croissant, and took it down to the picnic area beside the Old convict bridge, what a lovely setting for lunch!
The convict built Ross Bakery Inn, is a Georgian house built out of sandstone for John Dickinson, a free settler from Nottinghamshire in England. Originally it was named Sherwood Castle Inn, as it served many years as a coaching inn.
Not only is it a Bakery, but Accommodation is upstairs with ensuite toilet and shower, and the guest lounge is located downstairs where complimentary tea, coffee and fresh bakery cakes are served. .
Address: 15 Church Street, Ross,
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