Yass, a town on the southern tablelands of New South Wales, is approximately 280 kilometres west of Sydney and about 60 kilometres north of Canberra. Nestled on the banks of the Yass River, the town is rich with colonial history, making it a popular stop for those travelling between Canberra and Sydney. Accommodation in Yass ranges from camping sites, quality motels and historic homesteads.
Yass has a number of high quality motels and motor inns to cater for those on interstate trips. Each motel is competitively priced and located close to the centre of town. With laundry services, broadband internet access and swimming pools available, it's easy to unwind and relax while staying at a motel in Yass.
Due to its colonial history, Yass has a number of older hotels offering 'pub style' accommodation. A great way to interact with the locals, the rooms are comfortably appointed and directly above your evening's entertainment.
Yass also has a number of homesteads that are available for hire. With expansive grounds and manicured gardens, a stay in one of Yass' homesteads is like a taking a trip back in time.