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Umbria/Tuscany/Le Marche villa suggestions for large group

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Hi there, hoping to draw on your expertise in planning an event for next year in late July/ early August - a week in Italy to celebrate my husband's 50th birthday. I'm guessing we will be about 25-30 people, a mix of grown-ups and kids/teens. Would love to find someplace charming and comfortable (definitely with a pool and a well-equipped kitchen, plus space for people to spread out a bit) but nothing too precious or fancy. I started to look at properties in Umbria near Todi but then got overwhelmed and thought I'd see if anyone here has any suggestions. We are open to anything in Italy really, but would probably prefer to find something in Tuscany (southern), Umbria or Le Marche because we know and like those regions very well.

Thank you in advance!

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