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Please help with agriturismo choices in tuscany

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My family is planning to spend a couple of weeks in tuscany next July. My idea is to split the time between north (visiting florence, pisa, lucca and CT from there), and south. In the north, there are several agriturismo which appeal to us in style and setting. Just to give you an idea of the type of places we're drawn to, we like poggio al casone and poggio san filippo. Any thoughts on one of these versus the other?? Or is there something comparable that I should consider as well? The common thread is a setting with beautiful grounds, upscale type apartments, and a pool with a view.

I'm looking for something of a similar style and standard in southern tuscany, but I'm having trouble! So far I like the looks of agriturismo la foce (beautiful apartments and onsite dining available), but I'm not certain of the location for touring and the pool seems closed off from the view. Can anyone suggest something in southern tuscany which would be good for the kids (green space and pool) and for us (upscale, view from the pool and possible dining available)? I'd also like to be in close driving distance to the towns we'd visit, and ideally close enough to have some meals in a nearby town. It's a tall order, I know! Thanks for any info you can provide.

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