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Tuscany honeymoon accomodation / base location

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Hi all,

My fiancee and I are getting married next June and we are planning a Venice / Tuscany honeymoon.

We plan to spend around 5 nights in Tuscany - I am after a few tips please:

1. Accomodation - we are after the picture postcard Tuscan farmhouse set around olive groves and fields etc. Budget is up to €300 per night for B & B. Looking for a romantic setting.

2. Base location - we will be renting a car so looking for a countryside location but within easy reach of the main Tuscan towns - would like to see Florence, Pisa etc but happy to drive an hour ish either way to get there

3. Food - food and wine are important for the trip so looking for an area with lots of good restaurants which isn't usually too difficult to find in Pisa. A village with restaurants in walking distance would be ideal.

Look forward to any help anyone can give and thanks in advance.

Adam

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