What’s not to love about Leeds? Filled to the brim with restaurants, bars, shops, cafes and exciting opportunities, it didn’t take long for us to fall in love with this vibrant city.

Leeds, West Yorkshire

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Near Kirkgate market is the Corn Exchange. This Victorian building stands out as a ‘must see’ shopping centre, with independent boutiques and food traders filling the oval building.

If you’re looking for something designer, Victoria Gate will have something to your taste. Not to forget the Trinity centre. A huge shopping centre with a cinema, a range of restaurants and of course, high street shopping galore! Leeds also has a huge range of arcades for you to explore, each with its own distinctive style and retailers on offer. 


Leeds boasts some of the best nighlife in Yorkshire, from rooftop bars like Headrow House and The Belgrave, to nightclubs like Mission, from secret bars like Domino, to well known favourites like Manahatta and Revolution; no matter what kind of night out you like best, Leeds has lots to offer across the city. Let's not forget the city's gig venues either like the O2 and the First Direct Arena!

Food & Drink

According to Visit Leeds, the city "dines out like nowhere else". There's a choice of everything from fine dining restaraunts like The Man Behind The Curtain, to the thriving street food scene located in the heart of Kirkgate Market. There are independent eateries, and hunger-satisfying family favourites "plus every delicious bite in between".

Art & Culture

Leeds is the only city outside London to boast both a local Opera Company and a Ballet Company. There are four major theatres, the impressive First Direct Area and not to mention a wealth of other smaller, independent venues too. There are galleries and institutes, street art installations and major festivals to explore left, right and centre oh and did we mention Leeds is at the heart of Yorkshire’s sculpture triangle as well?

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Discover some of the best places to live in Leeds...

Horsforth, Leeds

Listed as one of the most desirable postcodes in Yorkshire, Horsforth is a charming village located around five miles North West of Leeds city centre. Lets take a look at some of the reasons Horsforth is such a great place to live!
  • Whether you love quirky coffee shops or you like a pint at your local pub, Horsforth will have something for you.
  • If you’re a lover of the great outdoors, you’ll be pleased to know that Horsforth is surrounded by nature reserves, attractions, woodland and parks.
  • Horsforth offers plenty of choice when it comes to independent businesses; you can find everything from hairdressers, cafes and pubs.
  • With a train station in the centre of town, you’re just a 13 minute train journey away from Leeds. There are also direct trains to York and Harrogate. 

Otley, Leeds

It’s not just the character and charm of Otley that makes it such a great place, its the picturesque surroundings that make it a must-see place in Yorkshire. With a real sense of community, the independent shops, cafes and restaurants in the town centre make for a welcoming atmosphere. Keep reading to find out why Otley could be the place you want to live.
  • Life in Otley means you’re never short on local produce. Around every corner is a local supermarket, café or restaurant with food produced locally.
  • On Otley high street you can find a range of independent clothes and book shops, along with some of your favourite chain stores such as Superdrug and Boots.
  • There are plenty of attractions in and around Otley that make it an exciting place to be including Chevin Park, Otley Sailing Club and Wharfemeadows Park.

Sherburn in Elmet, Leeds

Sherburn in Elmet is a fast growing village located in North Yorkshire. Conveniently situated to give you the best balance of village and city life, Sherburn in Elmet is placed within easy commutable distance to nearby cities Leeds and York. 
  • Its not just the supermarkets and independent stores that Sherburn in Elmet have to offer, there is also a market in the centre of the village held once a week. 
  • Sherburn in Elmet is not far from the beautiful Yorkshire countryside. Sherburn Willows Nature Reserve is not far, offering flower-filled limestone grassland and willow carr woodland. 
  • Sherburn Eversley Cricket Club, formed in the 20th century, plays every Saturday afternoon in the Wetherby league. 
  • The town is served by the Sherburn in Elmet railway station with services to York railway station, Hull Paragon Interchange and Sheffield railway station.