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Luxury Agriturismo in Italy with Kids

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My family -- husband, wife, 4 kids between the ages of 8 and 3 -- are going to be in Tuscany the end of July. We are looking for an agritursmo to stay at for our visit. We would love to have an apartment or house with a kitchen. A pool would also be fantastic.

I would prefer a nice place that offers activites for the children, as well as a tranquil atmosphere for the adults. Internet is a must as my husband will be working. We prefer to be near Florence, Arrezzo and/or Siena if possible as we plan to rent a car and do lots of daytrips.

I basically want someplace nice to have as a home base while we explore Tuscany. Because the agritursmo don't have star ratings, it is hard to tell what you are getting, even with the reviews. I would prefer something that is akin to a 4-5 star rating.

Any suggestions would be most appreciated.

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