Y.O. Ranch Resort Conference Center

Y.O. Ranch Hotel & Conference Center

Embrace the spirit of the Old West at the Y.O. Ranch Hotel & Conference Center, located in Kerrville, TX – the heart of Texas Hill Country. This is where legendary stories of cowboys and frontiersmen come to life.

Our resort is named after the nearby Y.O. Ranch, which once stretched over 600,000 acres of this rugged yet beautiful landscape. Stay with us and re-live a fascinating part of American history.

Every inch of our comfortable hotel and Kerrville resort pays tribute to the Old West. From exotic game trophies and century-old antiques to the 390 branding irons dangling from the chandeliers, the Y.O. Ranch Hotel takes guests back to pioneer days. The western theme continues inside our spacious rooms, which include free wireless Internet access. Your kids will love the separate split-wood “forts” available in the family suites, which provide youngsters a fun place of their own.

Soak up the Texas sun while swimming a few laps in the outdoor pool or perfect your serve on the tennis court. You can also play volleyball and basketball before relaxing in the hot tub.

Add a little western charm to your business event or host an enchanting wedding. The Y.O. Ranch offers 11,000 square feet of flexible meeting space that can be divided into six breakout rooms. Allow our warm and friendly staff to assist you with audio-video equipment, catering or anything else you need.

From arts and culture to the great outdoors, the Y.O. Ranch resort is only moments from an array of great attractions. Relax on three fantastic nearby golf courses or explore the Museum of Western Art. Looking for a truly authentic western experience? Go hunting or horseback riding at the original Y.O. Ranch. We’re also only 45 minutes from the San Antonio International Airport. And if you have any questions about area attractions, don’t hesitate to ask our friendly staff.

Book a room at the Y.O. Ranch Hotel & Conference Center and experience comfortable rooms, warm hospitality and the legendary spirit of the Old West.