Romantic Weekend Beechworth

Whether you’re a new couple, dating, been together for years, ‘in a relationship’, married, merged or mingled – every couple needs time to re-connect, escape the mundane and have some fun together. A weekend away at romantic accommodation can be just the tonic to spice things up, enjoy some time together and rediscover all the things you love about your partner.

Winter is on its way and one of the most romantic seasons for an escape. Invigorating cold days and clear blue skies and by night, open fires, leather couches, red wine and local cheese (or chocolate!)

You might like the great outdoors, exercising in nature or a chilly adventure….or maybe just some time on the couch with a book, a magazine, feet up and good conversation. Whatever couple you may be, Beechworth is a fabulous place to embrace both.

We’ve put together some ideas to make the most of a romantic weekend in Beechworth (and if you want to say you planned it all…we’ll keep your secret).

Snow Shoe in the Snow Gums

Snow Shoeing is pure fun. It’s easy, leisurely and is sure to give you a good belly laugh. Walk to majestic views, immerse yourself in the pristine mountains, hold hands, take a picnic and swoon in the snow. The Mount Buffalo Ski School run regular snowshoe rambles throughout winter. From Beechworth and 1860 Luxury Accommodation, it’s a beautiful 1.5 hour drive to Mt Buffalo.

A Meal to Share

Relaxed, candlelit dinners are definitely the way to go when you’re planning a romantic weekend away. Tapas is a great choice because you experience the same food together, have something shared for good conversation and slow the dining experience. We recommend The Press Room for delicious tapas and Provenance for an incredible degustation experience.

Winter can be long and difficult, but not when you have something to look forward to. A romantic weekend away will help any winter doldrums and shake-out the cobwebs, ready for spring.

And here is a list of the most romantic digs in Victoria as rated by Qantas….

Drinks and treats in front of the open fire