Having completed an unforgettable visit to the D-Day battlefields, after breakfast on the final day of your tour we shall make the inevitably emotional departure from your accommodation before you are driven back to Paris, stopping en-route at a location of interest; Monet's home and gardens at Giverny is a popular option as is the Chateau de la Roche Guyon where Field Marshal Erwin Rommel established his 1944 Headquarters.
You shall conclude your time with us at either your Paris hotel in the centre of the capital or, if you are flying out the next day at one of our recommended hotels close to the airport.
Whatever duration you wish to stay, whatever your schedule, we will work with you to guarantee that your visit to the D-Day battlefields will be an occasion you shall always remember for all the right reasons. Our aim is to exceed the highest expectations and are summarised by the words of Mr James Hammond of Poughkeepsie, New York State who with his family stayed with us for five days in 2010...
"Words are hard to find in describing how comfortable our stay was and how outstanding the daily tours of the entire area were. Stuart's knowledge and passion for the events of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy made this trip a once in a lifetime memory. Each day included visits to sites in the area not seen on the more commercial tours. From the time we started planning a long awaited family trip to Normandy, I expected it to be a wonderful experience. To say it far exceeded our expectations somehow fails to do it justice. Our family put the entire visit in the hands of Stuart and better hands would be very difficult to find. From the moment Stuart picked us up at the airport in Paris, to our arrival at the B&B, to Jenny's daily breakfasts, to our trip back to Paris days later, every aspect of this trip was a once in a lifetime experience. Stuart is a remarkable and knowledgeable guide who brings the events of the Battle of Normandy alive in a way that will be long remembered. Each and every destination and site visit was made so much more meaningful by Stuart's ability to share the story of the heroes who made history by their sacrifices during the summer of 1944. My family will for years to come be thankful to Stuart and Jennifer Robertson".