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WANTED: Christmas Rental family home.


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Is anyone visiting family away from London over Christmas and would like to make a bit of money by renting out their home. My family are hoping to come to Dulwich from the 24th until 26th of December to visit my wife and our young daughter but we sadly don't have the space to put them up.

We're looking to rent a house in the area for two nights, that can sleep 4 obsessively clean, tidy and respectful adults (a three bed would be ideal). Nice comfy family home. Needs to be pet friendly for a very well behaved dog.

I know it's a long shot but Air BnB is coming up short so I thought I'd try. Maybe someone is putting their house on the market and would be willing to do a short 2 day rental first?

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