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Arcadia Motor Inn, Corowa

We offer comfort and good old fashioned country hospitality at the Arcadia Motor Inn. Our delightful town of Corowa, the birthplace of federation, is an ideal getaway for a holiday or a short weekend break sitting on the banks of the mighty Murray River. We are situated just minutes from the world acclaimed Rutherglen winery region and handy to all Corowa shops, eateries and clubs. Fishing, boating, skiing, golf and lawn bowls are but just a few activities available to the visitor.

Only short drives to Albury-Wodonga, Yarrawonga-Mulwala and Wangaratta. Fully appointed 4 star rated accommodation with all facilities including dining room for breakfast and evening meals, BBQ and swimming pool in a tranquil garden setting.

Accommodation Options

1 bedroom unit

1 bedroom unit

Accessible room

Accessible room

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