Below are listed our partnerships and recommendations for the area.
National D-Day Memorial
We are pleased to partner with the National D-Day Memorial and have them recommend our company for tours in Normandy.
Located in Bedford, Virginia, proportionally this community suffered the nation’s severest D-Day losses. The grounds for the monument take visitors on a archival journey through World War II and the politics and perils that embody the time period.
Paying tribute to the men and women who served their country in one of its most dire battles, the National D-Day Memorial creates a solemn atmosphere for veterans and visitors alike to gain insight and learn more about the events that shaped our nation’s and our world’s history.
We are pleased to partner with Footsteps Researchers as we work together to help you go in the footsteps of a loved one or friend who fought during WWII. This unique organization has access to one of the most extensive WWII resources which allows them to create the most complete picture of your veteran’s experience.
Accommodations we recommend
Manoir De Cleronde
Manoir De Cleronde is ideal for lodging near Bayeux. Located a few minutes drive outside of Bayeux, the manor is a beautiful 17th century classified historical monument.
Experience luxury with its renovated barn and a stud farm of horses, overlooking beautiful flower parks, a pond, and a lake within the private property made up of 800 acres. It also includes a forest of 40 hectares and 200 English racing horses. You can step back in time with a stay at this elegant manor while still enjoying all the modern amenities it has to offer.
Manoir De L’Ormel
Historical, spacious family home rental located in a preserved natural environment, perfect for your holidays or your Normandy visit. Right in the middle of the D-Day sites and at walking distance (1 km) from Omaha beach. Very comfortable and wholly renovated (2020).
“The old manor is distinguished by its old house (16th century) and by its porch (dated 1632) at the edge of the road going towards the sea, between the Vaumicel manor and the church. The shell-shaped sculptures show that it was a stopover for pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela” (Arcisse de Caumont, historian of Normandy).
Manoir de Hérouville
This 18th century old manor proudly sits on 17 acres of land and landscaped gardens where you will find hidden paths and a lake surrounded by gorgeous trees. There are 4 very large en-suite bedrooms in Le Manoir and one cottage « La Coulombe » which can accommodate up to 5 guests. You will love discovering all the activities around Le Manoir: 15 minutes from Bayeux and the cathedral, the tapestry museum, the D-Day landing sites, and Omaha beach is only 30 minutes away. Bordered by the magnificent Fôret de Cerisy which offers the possibilities for walking, riding, and cycling. Nestled midway between the ancient Norman towns of Saint Ló and Bayeux, this is an ideal location to get away from the cares and stresses of daily life and relax in elegant style.