It should be your duty to go stay at B&B a la Bataille de La Fiere! The accomodations, hospitality, and company are excellent. The B&B is an excellent place to stay and relax but you can't stay without paying your respects to the overwhelming amount of history in the area. Since I made my Normandy visit as a short notice site trip I did not have a significant amount of time to research and plan my exact schedule before going. However, Rodolphe and Vivian have a wealth of knowledge to share about the history of the area and general facts and recommendations to guide you through your stay so you can learn along the way. Don't miss an opportunity to interact with history at the sites of some of the most critical events in our history. You won't regret it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Facing la fiere bridge crossing the merderet river, our bed and breakfast is the converted ww2 barn where the battle of Normandy began on 6 June 1944!! Located in the triangle of the three designated 82nd Airborne Division drop zones, 3km due west of Ste. Mère-Eglise, and 15km from Utah Beach in Normandy, France. Originally a grain mill built in 1180. Now, a quality guest home providing five guest bedrooms and American-French breakfast. We are NOT a HOTEL!!! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- b&b a La Bataille De La Fiere Hotel Sainte-Mere-Eglise
- Bed And Breakfast a La Bataille De La Fiere