Corowa to Shepparton, a food guide
YOU can really make a meal out of your next trip to the North East by visiting some of the region’s welcoming Best Western hotels.
Start your day with breakfast in Corowa.
At the Best Western Heritage Motor Inn just minutes from the Rutherglen wine trails, guests and locals are welcomed to sit down for the big breakfast: two poached eggs, baked beans, smoked bacon, sausage, mushrooms and tomato.
“It’s our most popular order and fills people up well into lunchtime,” says owner Geoff Mallows.
Historic Beechworth is a 45 minute drive south.
It’s a starting point to learn about Ned Kelly, one of Australia’s most famous bushrangers. Wander around Beechworth Gaol and book in for the Saturday night lantern tour.
Once you check in to the Best Western Beechworth Motor Inn, you can make an easy lunch in the new barbecue and alfresco garden seating area. Cook your own hot dogs while the kids play under the trees.
A one and a half hour drive west is Shepparton where mealtimes can be a sophisticated affair.
The Carrington Restaurant at Best Western Plus The Carrington lets you dine beneath the soft glow of chandelier lighting as the sun sets over Lake Victoria.
The accommodation is stylish and elegant, offering deluxe rooms to two bedroom apartments with wi-fi, 42 inch TVs and an outdoor swimming pool.
For more about Best Western in North East Victoria visit bestwestern.com.au/hotel-directory.
PICTURESQUE: The view from Shepparton’s Best Western Plus The Carrington.