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Sevenoaks, South East England

ID: 56x
House in a country town

Name:

Lizzie

Nearest major city:

Sevenoaks

Sitter required for:

13 Feb 2021 21 Feb 2021 8 days

Pet sitting required:

2 dog(s)

Sitter's pets welcome:

Reply rating:

4.4 stars

More Information

The main focus would always be caring for our two dogs, both loving, gentle rescue Sight-hounds from the Middle East. Aged about 1 and 4 yrs old, they can be spirited to walk but they are lazy, quiet couch potatoes at home. We would need them to be walked daily for at least one hour , ideally two, and fed twice a day. If necessary, they could occasionally go with their regular dog walker or to daycare if for example you wanted to be out all day.

We have a four bedroom house with a large garden.
We would need the garden to be tended,, depending on the time of year this will involve watering pots, mowing the lawn or sweeping leaves.

Sevenoaks is a bustling small town in the beautiful Kent countryside (The Garden of England) yet just 30 minutes to Central London by fast train. We are 20 minutes walk to the mainline station, five minutes walk to a smaller branch line station. One hour drive to the Kent coast.
The house is about 20 minutes walk into Sevenoaks town.
We have quick and easy access to some stunning walks and attractions, such as Knole Park, Hever Castle and Chartwell.

Amenities

Internet
Wifi
Broadband
BBQ
Dishwasher

Close to

Public transport
Shopping Centre
Supermarket
Pubs/Bars
Restaurants/Cafes
Cinema/Theatre
Golf
Parks
Walking trails

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