There are ample guesthouses, farm hotels, and chain hotels in the area. The
guesthouses are inexpensive and often available without reservations. A
reasonable four-day-weekend plan is to start at the Caen/Bayeux  and move west
toward Utah Beach.
 Remember that the DDay area is large enough that you
may not to drive back and forth to one hotel during your tour. We have found
the Balleroy area most centrally located but consider starting at one end of the
beaches and ending on the other.
 In addition to online resources, the following
accommodations are personally recommended by KMC travelers:

L'Atre Fleuri:  A 200-year-old stone guesthouse in the village of Balleroy, about
15 minutes from Omaha Beach. The innkeepers
, Margaret and James
Stephenson,
 are a retired Air Force couple who operate the guesthouse on a
seasonal schedule
. Be sure to call well in advance for reservations.  The website
provides a view of this gorgeous place
, and Margaret may be able to suggest an
alternate B&B if she is full
. Restaurants in Balleroy are limited so plan
accordingly for dinner.

Hotel Du Casino, on Omaha Beach:  This historic structure is right on Omaha
Beach at the Vierville su Mer exit, about 5 kms off N-13.  Many rooms directly
overlook the Dog Green segment; several WWII vets wouldn
't stay anywhere
else.  The price is slightly higher than a guesthouse but the location and view are
tops. The restaurant serves excellent meals and serves as a gathering place for
serious DDay tourists.

Le Grand Hard: A very nice farm hotel in the Utah Beach area, near St. Marie
du Mont.
Many veteran tours have stayed at this one.
Accomodations Near The DDay
Beaches
L'Atre Fleuri - Always Our First Choice
The lounge at L'Atre Fleuri