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My Christmas gift to my dad was a tour of Normandy hosted by War Walks. Mojo Lavender conducted a Battlefield Tour of the 82nd and 101st Airborne Division's D-Day Area of Operations for my dad and I! One of the stops was La Fière bridge....More
Your hosts Vivian and Rodolphe work very hard to ensure your every need is met and and that your stay exceeds your expectations. If there is something you want or need just ask. They are very knowledgeable about the area and will assist you in...More
The room at the top of the house where as I slept I could look out the skylight and see the stars - great comfy bed, very clean and warm. Vivian and Rodolphe made my friend Paula and I feel like family. Went to 2...More
We had three wonderful nights in B&B a la Bataille de La Fiere, a very nice house with 10/10 breakfast... We are also pleased with the warm welcome and the recommendations we got from our host, where to go to have a good stay and...More
We are a family of four with two teenage boys, and stayed in the 82nd Airborne family room. It was nice and comfortable. We had enough space, comfortable beds, and there are beautiful sky lights looking out at the area where paratroopers jumped in 74...More
Response from Patrick F | Reviewed this property |
The 82nd room is large, but depending on the time frame they may have availability for your family to utilize some of the other rooms. I'd just send an email with the same question, see what Vivian says.