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Overnight outside of Rome

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We are landing in Rome and need a spot to stay overnight outside of the city after a long flight. We will be picking up a rental car at Fumiciano and heading towards Peschici in the Gargano on the east coast. Something an hour or two outside of Rome in that direction would be ideal.
We are a family of five - 3 kids ages 5,10,12.
Something easy to drive to, not in a major city. Smaller town preferred so we can have a walk and dinner our first night,
Budget approx. 250 Euro.
A family-style room that sleeps us all would be ideal.

Even a suggestion of a town and not a specific place to stay is a help. I don't know where to begin choosing a spot. A favourite small inn or B&B sugggestion would be greatly appreciated!

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