We went to Ireland the first 2 weeks of August. Both ferry ports Pembroke & Rosslare were friendly, professional & efficient. Irish ferries was a pleasant experience. The camp site was good & clean. The pitch we had was very spacious. The road network was very accessible from the site, however in places the roads are not overly wide off the main road heading to the site. The area is beautiful but not cycle friendly with lots of hills etc. Within the village there are two pubs, one of which sold food & was reasonable, there was also a takeaway & a local store. We caught the train to Dublin on two occasions which was painless. A relatively short drive to Greystones then a direct line straight in to Dublin on a coastal line. The Guinness factory is well worth a visit. There was some nice local attractions including a clean sandy beach, Wicklow historic gaol, Wells House & Greenan Maze. We booked everything through the Caravan Club the service was first class & cost effective, which made going abroad an affordable option.