I looked up a couple of hotels in South Tuscany, Villapoggiano and Locanda dell Amorosa, they're beautiful but ridiculously expensive. Is there somewhere with charm to stay in South Tuscany for 2 persons that is not going to break the bank. We would love somewhere with a beautiful country view. Please help.
Budget place to stay in South Tuscany
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