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Looking for a vacation rental Umbria with kids via public transport

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I would appreciate if anyone could recommend a property/town/village in Umbria accessible by train or bus for a week in August (2014).

It will be at the end of three month holiday so are looking for somewhere we can relax by the pool in the afternoon after easy visits to towns in the morning. We would rather not hire a car for this part of the trip.

We quite like the look of Spoleto but there is nowhere near town (that we have found) with a pool. Somewhere near here would be great but it is hard to find rentals that mention local bus access, it appears many tourists rely on a car in Umbria.

For day trips I would like to visit Spello, Assisi and Spoleto.

Any advice would be much appreciated.

Cheers, Louise

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