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Where to stay in Tuscany?

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Hello! I’m visiting Tuscany in May and am looking for a good “home base” in the countryside while I’m there for three nights. I would like to see Siena, take a cooking class, visit a winery and travel through several of the hill towns. I was initially planning to stay at a bed and breakfast in San Gimignano, but was told it might get boring quickly to stay there, especially since it’s further from Siena. I would love to stay in a farmhouse-style bed and breakfast not far from Siena, but when I do some research, I see mostly hotels in the city of Siena. Does anyone have any favorite B&Bs, wineries and cooking classes in that area you could recommend? Any advice is much-appreciated!

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