|Subject: Re: Cornwall and S. Ireland|
S. Ireland? Are you referring to the areas further to the south such as
Cork and Kerry? Ireland is pretty small, depending on how much time you
have you experience a lot more. Is this your first trip to Ireland?
A good place to start is with the Irish Tourist Board (http://www.ireland.travel.ie/home/index.asp). You can also call the New York office and they will mail you free information on bed and breakfasts, inns, hotels, and car rental (Irish Tourist Board/Bord Failte, 345 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10154, Tel 212 418 0800, Fax 371 9052). Another place to start for general info on Ireland is: http://www.goireland.com/.
For travel specific to the southern counties check out the Guide to South East Ireland: http://www.iol.ie/~wextour/ and also this guide to the Dingle Peninsula (a MUST see) in awesome, beautiful Kerry County which is in the south west of Ireland: http://www.dingle-peninsula.ie/.
- Erina in Reston, Virginia