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A History

Opened in July of 1857 by the Reverend William Butters, who described his journey from Adelaide, and the weather, as "the worst he had encountered"... (a good start to the life of a Church), Roscrow (pronounced "Rose-crow") is today a stunning Bed and Breakfast.

Saved from demolition when it fell into total disrepair, and then offered to the Clare Histroy Group for restoration (who declined the offer) , Roscrow was purchased by our family with a view to the creation of a Woodturning Centre.  Shortly after completion it was decided the building was much better suited Bed and Breakfast facility.

With careful attention to detail, this former Wesleyn Church has rapidly become one of the Clare Valley's premiere Bed and Breakfast stop-overs.  Whether for a day or a week, Roscrow is central to all that the Clare Valley has to offer, so plan to stay a while... there is so much to see and do.
Last Update - Thursday, December 15, 2005

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