Pump Hill Barn is a charming 19th Century holiday cottage in the heart of the village of Aberford, near Wetherby, Yorkshire. The stone built barn, which is next door to the owners' cottage, has been beautifully renovated, retaining the original arrow slit windows and oak beams. It is ideally located just off the A1 approximately half way between Leeds (about 8 miles) and York (about 12 miles). It sleeps 4 people (+2).
The Barn is close to the village green and the local pub which serves real ales. There's also a children's playground nearby as well as the Jubilee Field. This is a free recreation area where you can play tennis (the court is not quite full size), basketball, football, table tennis or have a go on the outdoor fitness equipment.
The excellent road network around Aberford allows easy access to York, Leeds and Harrogate as well as to other areas - the Yorkshire Moors, the Dales and the East coast. Whether you are interested in visiting historic houses, going to the museums or birdwatching you will be spoilt for choice for things to do and see. Castle Howard, Harewood House, Fountains Abbey, The National Railway Museum, Fairburn Ings Nature Reserve etc are all within easy driving distance. There are also plenty of footpaths in and around Aberford, making it popular with walkers.