Corowa to Shep­par­ton, a food guide

North East Tourist News - - AROUND THE REGION -

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 best­west­­tel-direc­tory.

PIC­TURESQUE: The view from Shep­par­ton’s Best Western Plus The Car­ring­ton.

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