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Puglia Accommodation Recommendations Needed

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I have done some research on the board but still have unanswered questions. We will be in Puglia the beginning of August, 2013--the hot, busy season, I know, but sometimes you do what you must do. We will be 2 adults and 2 15 year old boys and therein is the problem. We would like a place with a pool and within walking distance of a village or in a village so that the boys can go off on their own sometimes--both speak Italian fluently. Also, close enough to a beach for them. A/C would be nice for August. Of course, we need a place with two bedrooms and, ideally, self-catering but that isn't a must. If not self-catering, breakfast would be necessary. We may need to go with two separate rooms if in a B&B or hotel.

Lecce, Ostuni are appealing but other areas are certainly on the table. We will be there a week so two locations would work well. Excellent food experiences is important--isn't it always? We would like to stay below €1500 for the week in accommodations (far less would be nice.)

We have lived in Italy and have traveled in the country many times; however, Puglia will be a new experience and one we look forward to. Thanks for any help and suggestions.

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