LA FIERE MANOR
No Better Place to stay...
Typical Farm Manor in Normandy, peaceful today, it was the theatre of one of a major struggle during the first hours of the invasion the 6 June. This Manor was built during the 12th Century, partially destroy during the WWII it was rehab after the end of the war. This is a 5 bedrooms situated in probably the most authentic place in the Airborne Battlefield that will welcome you to immerse yourself into the past.
Manoir de La FIERE
No Better Place to die..
The La Fiere Manor was the scene of intense fighting as a handful of Germans defended it from the paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division. One historian called the struggle at La Fière “probably the bloodiest small unit struggle in the experience of American arms.”
D-Day memory Tour gives you the unique opportunity to discover Normandy in a very particular way. We invite you to join us in this adventure which takes place in the beautiful Cotentin Peninsula, in Normandy. It is a land full of history, full of beautiful places such as old castles, manors and historical farms, and a land where many hidden treasures can be found.
Bringing you on those special lands and touring you around and arranging an authentical stay for you is our way to immerse you in this area, the same area our liberators came to in June 1944.
What we have to offer is the best way for you to travel back in time.
CHATEAU FOR HQ ComZ
From the end of July 1944, the chateau was the headquarters of Advance Section of Com Z.
European Theater of Operations, U.S. Army
Advanced Section, Communication Zone (ETO). This was a U.S. Army logistical agency, the first on the Continent. Upon its creation ADSEC was attached to the U.S. First Army, and gradually took over the Communications Zone activities. The agency moved forward with the Armies and provided close support. ADSEC provided detail planning for the invasion of Normandy, D-Day.