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Perfect Place to Stay in Tuscany

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Hi. My boyfriend and I will be in Italy mid April. We are spending the first three nights in Venice and then plan to travel to Tuscany.

We are looking for a perfect place to stay. My perfect place:
- Historic
- Romantic
- Views
- Balcony/Patio/some outdoor space attached to our room with a view of countryside and space to relax with a bottle of wine in the afternoon or espresso in the morning
- Close enough to walk into town/village. Village with historical center with restuarants. Can be a small village. We really don't want to be limited to what the hotel offers without getting into a car.

Nice to have:
- Gardens

Not needed:
- Pool

Budget: I would like to stay under 250Euros a night but I'm willing to spend up to 400Euros a night for something really special.

We want to relax, visit wineries, drive to 2 or 3 hilltop towns, eat and drink. We do plan to rent a car.

We haven't settled in on a specific area. We fly out of Florence and have a hotel booked the night before our flight.

Thanks!

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