Our house is located in Kent, outside London, London's nearest commuter town. It takes 30 minutes to London by train and on the east bank of the River Thames. It is close to the home of Charles Dickens and Charles Dickens lives in the town. Period creation novel "David Copperfield". The real Indian princess in the Disney Story “Amazing” was buried in the town’s church, a 10-minute walk to the Thames, and swarms of geese swarmed in the four seasons. Seagulls and pigeons play in the river. The ecological environment is very good here. The Queen's poultry are all fat. You can go to see the swan, but you can't kill any poultry. The website prompts to take a name for your own house. The first impression in my mind jumps out of the fat swan. This is the origin of my family's name. Our house was built in the Victorian era of 1860. It is a semi-detached house. We have a vacant floor transformed into a separate unit. The facilities include a kitchen (oven, microwave oven, gas stove, refrigerator, washing machine), toilet and shower. The room has a large Nordic minimalist double room and a Japanese tatami bedroom. There is a small living room. This unit can accommodate 2 boarding students. We are a family of diplomats. One child has already graduated from Oxford University. Another child is studying at a TOP10 university. Family members speak English, French, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese. We also have a beautiful oriental garden. The owner is good at cooking. Our family has been stationed in many countries and regions. Every family member has a wealth of experience and interesting stories to share with you. Or you are interested in practicing the various languages mentioned above. Meals include breakfast (included in the room rate), and dinner with different flavors (can be booked separately). If you like, you can also try cooking yourself. Not allowed: Smoking, Pets, Parties.