Subject: Re:Tuscany/ Florence accommodations
We can recommend le Caggiole, an agriturismo near Montepulciano. Perhaps you've already explored this area, our favorite in Tuscany. The lush, green valdichiana region is well worth a stay. We've stayed in a couple of very inexpensive hotels in Florence - not sure what type of accommodation you're interested in. Let me know if you'd like more info on either. Anne in Virginia