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Amma

24 yrs
Creme de la creme

Amora

20 yrs
Seductress Everyone Wants to Meet.

Bella

23 yrs
Italian Goddess

Caron

22 yrs
Stunning Beauty

Chloe

30 yrs
Slim and Gorgeous

Evelyn

27 yrs
Blonde Sexy and busty A* Service

Francesca

22 yrs
Angelic bright eyed beauty

Kat

31 yrs
Beautiful & Busty

Luna

25 yrs
Fun & Flirty Beauty

Marly

20 yrs
Highly Addictive

Reluca

22 yrs
Drop dead gorgeous!

Rose

26 yrs
Indian beauty

Sabrina

27 yrs
Sexy Brunette Goddess

Sasha

34 yrs
Petite & Sexy Brunette

Trina

22 yrs
Very popular!!

Victoria

36 yrs
Busty & Very Adventurous

LEEDS ESCORTS DISCLAIMER

Desire Leeds Escorts is an introduction agency, we arrange for like-minded adults to spend fun and quality time together, nothing on this website constitutes a sexual service and any implement is for entertainment value only. Each one of the ladies listed on this site is a one professional escort and will act as such.

Please note the payment is for the escorts time only and what happens during that time is between two consenting adults. Do not expect nothing more from our escorts until it has been agreed.

Thank you for your understanding and co-operation. 

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Best Escorts Agency in Leeds – But Why?

Here at Desire Leeds Escorts, we want to make sure you get the very best service from our escorts. That is why we do not just allow any escorts on our books. We only have the very best Leeds escorts.

This is what sets us apart from other escort agencies in Leeds & beyond. It is our aim to be to be at the forefront of the escort industry. By catering for all our clients as much as we possibly can. Not only offering a portfolio of stunning sexy ladies. But, also, in terms of how you want to spend your time with your date, as well as offering a choice of booking method and payment. Here at Desire We have got you covered on all fronts.

How to Arrange a Date

You can book online, using our contact page. Or alternatively, you can give us a call and one of our experienced and friendly receptionists will be more than happy to help. Yes, that is right, we appreciate the demands of everyday life, and acknowledge that not everybody has time to go to the Cash Machine etc. Cash is no longer king that is for sure. Also, it might be your first time dating an escort. Therefore, you may not know your way around the city. Therefore, we also offer the option of paying for your date using Bank Transfer. If you want to take advantage of this facility just let us know when you book with us. Do not worry we realise many of you want total discretion when it comes to booking. It will not appear as Desire Leeds Escorts  on your bank statement, in fact it will not even resemble anything agency related, nor will it show the fact that you have spent any time in the area.

You can find our escorts elsewhere

We know frequent escort users have their preferred platforms when searching for escorts, No problem. You will soon see us appearing on other platforms. Such as Adultwork and Vivastreet. Further, we can also help you chose your ideal escort in terms of appearance, or even hobbies and interests. When you book with us, we want you to feel comfortable and at ease. You have hear the phrase “I feel like I’ve known you for years.” Well… This is how we want our clients and escorts to feel. So, if there is a particular place you would like to visit, or activity you are interested in doing during your date with one of our escorts. Just let us know. No matter how crazy it might sound.

Our escorts are very open-minded and diverse in there thinking. We pride ourselves on providing our clients with the most varied choice ever seen from an escort agency, coming from all walks of life and background. Varying in education level and alternative profession. In fact, some of our girls work for leading organisations in and outside of the city. So, even though you are booking in Leeds. This does not necessarily mean they live in here currently. The reason for this is because it is not only clients that may want discretion. But our ladies can often need this too.

This is a real positive and should be viewed as such because it will ensure those awkward silences are eradicated or certainly kept to a minimum.

The last thing we want is for you tell your friends “God I booked an escort last night and the conversation was so boring.” We have all had dates like that. Therefore, we want you to your afternoon/evening to be an occasion to remember, and for you to recommend us as the best agency in Leeds.

One of the most important things to consider before choosing one of our escorts is, what is it you look for in a lady…? What are your preferences? Are you all about spending time with the most stunning ebony escort has at its disposal?

Or maybe you might prefer a more mature lady. If so, perhaps you should book one of our  mature escorts. Or are you more of a curve lover? We want to be the premier escort agency for everyone so we make sure we have the type for everyone

Do you think you’ve got what it takes to be one of our escorts in Leeds?

We are always on the lookout for more girls , so, if you think you have got what it takes to be a leading escort in Leeds. we would love to hear from you. Apply here and we will get back to you as soon as we can. New and experienced escorts welcome.

Leeds The City Beyond Escorts

Leeds, Originally an urban area. However, from 2011 it became a built-up area, city, and metropolitan borough, metropolitan county of West Yorkshire, historic county of Yorkshire, northern England. It lies along the River Aire about 30 miles (48 km) northeast of Manchester.

The coal and iron ore deposits in the locality, a plentiful supply of soft water from the Aire’s tributaries, and the city’s excellent transportation links through the Pennines helped make it the industrial capital of Yorkshire.

History & Information

It is the largest city in Yorkshire and one of Britain’s major cultural centres.

Leeds originated as an Anglo-Saxon township on the north bank of the Aire. It grew as a local market centre and was incorporated in 1626.

By then the town was a cloth-finishing centre for a wide area where domestic weaving. Introduced by 14th-century Flemish weavers, was pursued.

1. Species spot at Rodley Nature Reserve 

What is it?

The River Aire and the Leeds Liverpool canal run through the heart of the city and lead towards scenic spots like Rodley Nature Reserve. A thriving wetland wildlife haven.

Why go?

Created on a floodplain in Kirkstall Valley to bring wetland wildlife back into the Leeds area. It is entirely possible to spend hours here.

From lagoons and marshes to meadows, woodlands and grasslands. There is plenty of places to species spot in tranquil surroundings.

Do not miss:

Look out for events and activities like bird watching and pond-dipping.

2. green fix at Roundhay Park 

What is it?

Stretching over 700 acres, Roundhay Park is a go-to for picnickers, dog-walkers, joggers and sun worshippers.

Why go?

It is the only park in Leeds that has a family of meerkats as residents. There are also lakes, woodland, gardens and the pièce de resistance. ‘Tropical World,’ which is home to all things wild and wonderful

Do not miss:

Hop on board the park ‘train’, which does circuits of the park every 15 minutes in the summer. Setting off from the Lakeside Café to the main park gates and back again. You will also find Leeds’s biggest bonfire and fireworks here on Guy Fawkes Night.

3. Wander around the ruins of Kirkstall Abbey 

What is it?

A short trip out of town, Kirkstall Abbey and its adjoining Abbey House Museum lets guests to wander through the ruins of a Cistern monastery and learn about how the monks lived.

Why go?

This 900-year-old abbey is an architectural marvel as well as a haven for wildlife.
Do not miss:

In the summer months you can enjoy alfresco cinema among the ruins.

4. Discover birds, period art and ruins at Harewood House 

What is it?

A handsome-looking 18th-century pile on the outskirts of Leeds set in 100 acres of lush Yorkshire countryside.

Why go?

One of the Treasure Houses of England, head inside the house to explore the ornate, stately rooms and see some of the finest art collections in Britain.

The mansion is also home to a flock of hopelessly cute Humboldt penguins. Take the whole family along in summer to enjoy the bird garden and farm and to witness the daily feeding sessions.

Do not miss:

Head into the wider grounds of the estate to peek at the other-worldly ruins of Harewood Castle. It is the oldest building in the grounds, which sits on a steep north-facing slope with spectacular views up and down Wharfedale.

Keep an eye out for Red Kites soaring overhead. The birds of prey were released on the Harewood estate in 1999 as part of a UK conservation initiative.

5. Explore Temple Newsam House 

What is it?

An imposing Tudor-Jacobean mansion with grounds landscaped by Capability Brown.

Why go?

Sometimes described as the ’Hampton Court Palace of the North.’ Temple Newsam provides a breath-taking journey into history.

Framed within acres of beautiful parkland and sculpted gardens. The house is filled with centuries-old artefacts. Explore the Grade I listed building is many rooms, packed with period pieces such as weaponry, clothing, tableware and furniture.

Leeds is not where I plan to stay with one of your escorts

While it’s possible to plan a trip to the UK without visiting London, it’s certainly not to be advised. The nation’s sprawling capital boasts plenty of attractions to keep you busy. For those interested in learning more about the UK’s rich history, one of the top things to do in London is visit the Tower of London. Located beside the spectacular Tower Bridge on the banks of the River Thames, this former palace and prison includes highlights such as the iconic 1,000-year-old White Tower, with its fascinating displays of Armor and weaponry, and the Jewel House, home to the Crown Jewels.

Fans of Britain’s Royal Family will want to head to Buckingham Palace, London’s Royal home since Queen Victoria’s reign. Here, you can enjoy the colourful pomp of the Changing of the Guard or even take a tour of the Palace’s State Rooms (be sure to book in advance as they’re only open for a few weeks each year).

The city’s Whitehall Road area is another must, where you’ll find Big Ben and the Parliament Buildings, as well as Westminster Abbey, scene of many a royal wedding. Another area to visit in London is South Kensington, home to the city’s best museums, including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Natural History Museum, as well as the famous Harrods department store. Also check out Trafalgar Square, home to iconic Nelson’s Column and the National Portrait Gallery.

One of Scotland’s most attractive cities, the capital city of Edinburgh is also one of the UK’s most visited destinations. Popular for its many well-preserved historic buildings, Edinburgh is perhaps best known as the home of the majestic Edinburgh Castle.

Perched high above the old city on a rocky promontory, this 13th-century royal fortress includes highlights such as the famous One O’Clock Salute, held daily at Half Moon Battery, as well as the Scottish Crown Jewels in the Royal Palace. Also worth seeing are the Scottish National War Memorial and the famous Stone of Destiny (the Stone of Scone), only returned to Scotland after being held for 700 years in London.

From the castle, it’s easy to explore the other most important historic sites in the city, most notably the Old Town’s Royal Mile with its fine architecture, boutique shops, cafés, restaurants, and art galleries. It’s also where you’ll find the splendid old Palace of Holyrood house.

Other Edinburgh highlights include broad Princes Street, popular for its shopping and dining, as well as for the Royal Botanical Garden and the National Gallery of Scotland.

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