Where do the tours start from?
I will pick you up at your hotel or at in the train station in Bayeux or Caen area. I would also pick you up in Paris, at the airport or at your hotel (only available for multiple day tours). I may also pick you up wherever you want me to meet you.
How should I dress?
Normandy itself has a reputation within France as being a wet part of the country with large amounts of rain falling frequently. But as a Norman I can tell you that we also get a lot of sunshine- it rains enough to keep the grass green without raining enough to really annoy you! So before you come, make sure you have the right clothes. I cannot tell you when it is going to rain but it is always good to be ready. Dress for the best but pack for the worst!
Where should I stay?
Hotels and Bed and Breakfast in Caen and Bayeux
In Caen, I recommend this very well situated and friendly Bed & Breakfast : Le Clos Saint Martin (http://www.leclosaintmartin.com/?-Welcome-to-Normandy).
In Bayeux, I recommend this B&B : L’Hotel Tardif (http://www.hoteltardifbayeux.com)and the Villa Lara (http://www.hotel-villalara.com/fr/#/index.php).
You will find a lot of accommodation on the homepages of Caen (http://www.caen-tourisme.fr/en) and Bayeux (http://www.bessin-normandie.com/uk/) tourist office.
How to go to Normandy?
Here is the link to the French railway company international homepage where you can find schedules and book your ticket: http://uk.voyages-sncf.com/train-tickets/book-your-train-tickets
Looking for a guide in Paris?
You should check the homepage of Guillaume Deprez: http://artjourneyparis.com/index.html