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Temptations Locations?

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Can't see it mentioned anywhere on here tho haven't looked deeply, but is Temptations now in Northampton as well as MK or now moved to Northampton only?

 

Location on site says just over the road from train station but 12 minute walk away from there at what appears to be former Sirens site.

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Yes Temptations is in both locations hon.

At the moment MK is under some renovation sweets so is closed at present, but will be re-open before Xmas :)

The website's been rectified, it was a typing error due to having so much to do, it got overlooked sorry.

The ladies are available in Northampton at the moment along with some new staff, you are always welcome to pop in and see what we've done with the premises.

:) x

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Yes Temptations is in both locations hon.

At the moment MK is under some renovation sweets so is closed at present, but will be re-open before Xmas :)

The website's been rectified, it was a typing error due to having so much to do, it got overlooked sorry.

The ladies are available in Northampton at the moment along with some new staff, you are always welcome to pop in and see what we've done with the premises.

:) x

 

 

I would put your postcode on your webby so punters can find you with satnav. I assume its NN1 1UH  (Sirens postcode according to google maps)

 

and a little advice on where to park would be useful.  Northampton isnt as easy as MK.

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There's parking right outside sirens old place, I think about £1 an hour. Multi story about a 5 min walk away.

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There's parking right outside sirens old place, I think about £1 an hour. Multi story about a 5 min walk away.

 I park in the estate on the other side of the river. look for Henry Bird Way

Walk over the river on a footbridge, through Morrisons car park - its about 5 mnutes.

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No need to apologise. If I had done it there would be a lot more wrong than that (the new station opening has been put back a month a few days before it was supposed to open but the station itself never closed).

 

I used to park in Morrisons down the slope (HB Way a bit far for me and if you were there, then you were at LaRosa...and it's more than 5 mins I would say limply).

 

I stopped parking in Morrisons when their parking people hassled me for a year for overstaying but it is good for anything under 3 hours I think.

 

The parking right outside the premises can be hit and miss - but tends to be possible from say 5pm on as is the road across the main road to right opposite the theatre and its new specialist cinema (not that kind of specialist).  On the parlour side to the left there is a side road leading to a car park.

 

Check the labels for which bell button you press. Unless it's changed, the upstairs flat has the bottom bell button.

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No need to apologise. If I had done it there would be a lot more wrong than that (the new station opening has been put back a month a few days before it was supposed to open but the station itself never closed).

 

I used to park in Morrisons down the slope (HB Way a bit far for me and if you were there, then you were at LaRosa...and it's more than 5 mins I would say limply).

 

I stopped parking in Morrisons when their parking people hassled me for a year for overstaying but it is good for anything under 3 hours I think.

 

The parking right outside the premises can be hit and miss - but tends to be possible from say 5pm on as is the road across the main road to right opposite the theatre and its new specialist cinema (not that kind of specialist).  On the parlour side to the left there is a side road leading to a car park.

 

Check the labels for which bell button you press. Unless it's changed, the upstairs flat has the bottom bell button.

 

 

i had forgotten about la rosa... 

 

is northampton becoming the new MK.  4 active brothels there, and a decent indy scene.

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i had forgotten about la rosa... 

 

is northampton becoming the new MK.  4 active brothels there, and a decent indy scene.

 

No

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Mk location seems more accessable for me for direct train travel and facilities, like shops, restaurants and the like.But I think Northampton is not as easy for the punter!

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i had forgotten about la rosa... 

 

is northampton becoming the new MK.  4 active brothels there, and a decent indy scene.

I think it was the other way around. Years ago when I first met the mk escorting scene I was told northampton was the place that was well known for lots of escorts, roll on a few years later and mk had bloomed and taken over as the bigger player so to speak. 

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Mk location seems more accessable for me for direct train travel and facilities, like shops, restaurants and the like.But I think Northampton is not as easy for the punter!

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3 direct trains an hour from euston, and just off the M1, A43 and A14.

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3 direct trains an hour from euston, and just off the M1, A43 and A14.

 

And I could point you to a cafe with a rather sexy lady behind the counter.

 

I have been working on her for 2 years now and already she says hello when I smooth my way in for a slice of cheesecake...

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3 direct trains an hour from euston, and just off the M1, A43 and A14.

what about the punter who's coming from north of MK? Crewe, Manchester, Stoke, etc. For Example A Virgin train from Crewe to MKC is about 80 minutes direct.Then fall out of the train and walk 5 minutes to MKE's...now that sounds easier to me than changing trains and fumbling around Northampton?

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what about the punter who's coming from north of MK? Crewe, Manchester, Stoke, etc. For Example A Virgin train from Crewe to MKC is about 80 minutes direct.Then fall out of the train and walk 5 minutes to MKE's...now that sounds easier to me than changing trains and fumbling around Northampton?

 

If a gentleman chooses to change trains and visit us we will be happy to welcome them.

 

If they prefer to visit Milton Keynes that is their choice.

 

Unfortunately you do have to change trains and walk from the train station...

 

But if your driving its straight forward and no need to enter the heart of Northampton and if you arrive via bus/coach then its a 5 min walk from the bus station

 

But surely its not a matter of accessibility but which method of transport you to choose to use.

 

I would surmise that it depends on the Lady of your choice and if you wish to see her enough.

 

As we have had several gents who use public transport come to visit, and they have found it a reasonable journey, and were not so perturbed as yourself.

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and a little advice on where to park would be useful.  Northampton isn't as easy as MK.

 

It's in the pipeline, as soon as we can get it online we will do.

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It's in the pipeline, as soon as we can get it online we will do.

 

I actually always park for free quite a way (i.e. a minute) further away from the town centre than the rebuilt train station and even at my age that is just a short stroll in reality. And the location is city centre in sight of the town hall.

 

The bus station in the town centre is brand new to replace the old one that featured in Britain's 10 worst buildings. It is OK for local buses b ut those of us from out of town now have to queue in an already busy town centre street and get wet.

 

The Nat Express coach 'station' is in a road beside a big flat car park. It is just a place where the coaches park. I think it is earmarked to get a loo added at some time in the future.

 

Nearly strolled along to see if the bell button arrangement at the TemptNton building is the same as before - presumably the electrics are so the bottom button is the top flat so hopefully the signage is clearer than it used to be. I can't recall what the ground floor tenant does now but I think a lot of punters may previously have pushed the wrong button and been surprised to be offered a fitting for wedding dress.

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I actually always park for free quite a way (i.e. a minute) further away from the town centre than the rebuilt train station and even at my age that is just a short stroll in reality. And the location is city centre in sight of the town hall.

 

The bus station in the town centre is brand new to replace the old one that featured in Britain's 10 worst buildings. It is OK for local buses b ut those of us from out of town now have to queue in an already busy town centre street and get wet.

 

The Nat Express coach 'station' is in a road beside a big flat car park. It is just a place where the coaches park. I think it is earmarked to get a loo added at some time in the future.

 

Nearly strolled along to see if the bell button arrangement at the TemptNton building is the same as before - presumably the electrics are so the bottom button is the top flat so hopefully the signage is clearer than it used to be. I can't recall what the ground floor tenant does now but I think a lot of punters may previously have pushed the wrong button and been surprised to be offered a fitting for wedding dress.

bell is marked temptations

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Is the Bletchley retreat no longer in operation :(

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Is the Bletchley retreat no longer in operation :(

 

its having a tart up i hear.

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its having a tart up i hear.

 

 

Even more of a hoho than the last time you used it. Bravo

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i had forgotten about la rosa... 

 

is northampton becoming the new MK.  4 active brothels there, and a decent indy scene.

 

Too many people may have forgotten about La Rosa - its site not online at present.

 

Chaotic rota and booking procedure may not have survived the opening of two efficient parlours, one a year ago one a short time ago.

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How far is the new Temptations location in Northampton from the main station by foot?

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I mentioned that earlier in the thread. It is just a 10 minute or so stroll into the town centre and the actual location is almost in sight of the absolute centre of town.

 

Come out the soon to be completed new station, turn left and head up the gentle slope into the town centre. You could get a bus but it would be a one minute trip once the bus arrived.

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I'm hearing about so many parlours and girls it's in Northampton it's ridiculous! I even pass Northampton my my way to brum so it will be a possible pit stop, plus trying to avoid mk due to the poor services you get at annabellas/HOD.

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It's an easy walk from the main station -- what he said; 10 minutes or so.  

 

I have to say, the premises almost out-Divines the Divines, which is very, very high praise indeed.  It's really nicely appointed; truly tastefully done but moreover imaginatively so -- not just nice in the "standard Hilton Hotel room" way (i.e. clean but impersonal, with dime-a-dozen prints on the walls) but actually creatively put together too. Lots of small but appealing little touches.  Autumn and I have had our ups and downs over the years but she's a one-off and it's both nice and furthermore good for us punters to see someone new raising the bar again in terms of what we can expect.

 

True, there are a lot of locations popping up in Northampton but in terms of facilities, Temptations comfortably sets the standard. Parlours on Kettering Road and St. James aren't in the same universe.  My guess is that it always takes things a while to bed in when you're new to a town but true enough, Northampton is not only turning into a genuine punting destination but also a viable alternative to the MK area. If these parlours get our support, we punters are going to be spoilt for choice next year.

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