One of the privileges of guiding people through the landing beaches and battlefields of Normandy is that I get to meet such interesting people and spend time in such good company. I greatly enjoyed guiding Connie and William and they were kind enough to give me a lovely testimonial. Many thanks and very nice to have met you.
D Day Tours Eisenhower Wallace Strobel Malcolm Clough

Gen. Eisenhower speaking with 1st Lt. Wallace C. Strobel and men of Company E 502nd PIR on June 5. The placard around Strobel’s neck indicates he is the jumpmaster for chalk 23 of the 438th TCG. Strobel’s battalion was the first to drop into Normandy.

In Sept. 2014 my husband and I spent three wonderful days staying with the Cloughs and touring the Normandy Battlefields. The cottage, the meals, the extensive tour – all were wonderful !  Malcolm has such an extensive knowledge of the war and presents it in a professional, knowledgable, entertaining manner. We saw so many sites that wouldn’t be included on shorter tours.  This was a Christmas gift to my husband and I thought I might be bored touring so many war sites,  this was never the case.
Malcolm’s wife, Alison, provided delicious breakfasts every morning, lovely lunches to be eaten while on the tour , and grand dinners. We ate in their dining room and they made us feel like old friends rather than guests. The cottage we had was spotless and decorated with care, plus,  after Malcolm picked us up at the airport Alison had a basket with bread, cheese and other treats waiting for us.
 We have traveled to many places and this tour and the wonderful accomodations/meals are at the top of our list of 5-Star experiences.
Connie Humble, Sarasota, Florida, USA March 2015