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February in Florence

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Many years ago I spent several months in Florence year after year. I always stayed in the Pensione Bartolini on Lunarno Guicciardini. They have long since closed, sadly. A friend and I will be visiting Florence late February for a week, and I'm struggling with choosing where to stay. At that time of year we won't need a pool, terrace, or ac, and we will need decent heat. A charming place with private baths, centrally located under $200/ night is ideal. A B&B, hotel, or apartment is fine as long as the décor is not sterile or too modern and we can get 2 separate beds. I've done lots of internet searches, but every place looks wonderful, and I suspect it's not always the case.
Many of the postings on this forum are several years old, and I'm not up to date, myself. Any tips?

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