The Enterprise car and van hire branch in Barnsley is on the Harborough Hill road, just a five-minute walk from the railway station if you are arriving by train, and less than a ten-minute-walk from the town centre.
You'll find a good range of different cars and vans for your needs, whether it's a people carrier for a family holiday, a sedan for a business trip, or a van to collect your bulky purchases at the Tuesday Antiques and Collectors market.
Visiting Barnsley and the Area
This former mining town in South Yorkshire is pretty much half-way between Sheffield to the south and Leeds to the north along the M1. The town is ideally located for a trip to the Peak District, which lies just to the west. And when you're not out walking the peaks, Barnsley Market is famous in the area for its over 300 stalls selling everything from local food produce, to fabric and cosmetics.
Whether you live locally or you are visiting, renting a car will give you the freedom to enjoy daytrips in the area.
Things to see Near Barnsley
Visit the beautiful village of Silkstone and spend an afternoon at the Pot House Hamlet, or drive to one of the many local nurseries and pick up some plants or pots for your garden.
There are several National Trust sites in the area that you shouldn't miss, from the hilly moors and crags of Marsden Moor Estate to TV's Pemberley from Pride and Prejudice at Lyme. Whatever your vehicle needs, Enterprise Car and Van Rental can help.
Sport Near Barnsley
Football enthusiasts should head to Oakwell, Barnsley FC's home ground, and watch the Tykes play, it's just a six-minute drive from the centre, and there's plenty of car parking available.
For golf fans, the beautiful Crookhill Park Golf Course is just 15 miles away on the outskirts of Doncaster.
Things to do with Kids Near Barnsley
Families will love the Calypso Cove waterpark at the Metrodome which has water flumes and slides to suit all ages.
For a calmer day out, head to Cannon Hall Farm in Cawthorne and meet Iggy the Iguana and Robert the Alpaca and his best friend Annie, the orphaned goat.