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Italian farm stay?

I'm a little overwhelmed at all the choices for Italian farm stay's (agriturisimoitaly). After our stay in Siena, before our grand finale in Rome--anybody have a farm stay recommendation they'd care to share? I'm a father traveling with my two adult children. Looking for something a little less posh, a little more authentic (don't need a swimming pool).
Andy Traisman

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Andy, I have yet had the experience of staying in an agriturismo in Italy. However, on this website check under the "Graffiti Wall" (along the top tan line). Once there, under the heading "Sleeping" there is an "Italian Agriturismos" entry. Check that out. There are a lot of entries for recommendations in the Tuscany and Umbria areas. Have fun!