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We came to Normandie as part of a military history tour prior to our son enlisting in the US Navy. This B&B is a mini museum with lots of artifacts and mementos. The hosts are extremely knowledgable and they loved spending time sharing their thoughts...More
I came here once for a very brief weekend fun trip in July of 2016 and had to come back for a much longer stay in Normandy in May-June 2017 for the D-Day commemorations. Over those two trips, Vivian and Rodolphe have become familiar faces...More
You may have been to many bed & Breakfast before, or maybe this might be your first one. But you will not find more gracious hosts than Rodolphe & Vivian Roger. Brought our luggage in, made wonderful breakfasts for us, and spent many late night...More
My wife and I had the pleasure to stay at the historical La Fiere B&B in Normandy for three nights last week. Our hosts Vivian and Rodolphe made us feel welcome in their charming and comfortable B&B. Not only was it a treat for us...More
If you want a thorough and detailed historical perspective of the WWII allied invasion of Normandy, particularly around the Utah Beach area, plus outstanding accommodations in a centuries old former mill and wonderful hosts, then B&B a la Battaille de la Fiere is the place...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.