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Hidden away down small lanes on the edge of Lough Erne with its myriad channels, Crom is a beautiful place to visit. There are miles of walks and places to explore in this quiet corner of Northern Ireland. Canoeing would be great fun.
We spent some time exploring the estate and geocaching. The whole estate is very interesting and contains some great castle ruins and two amazing yew trees.
The tea rooms have delicious homemade cakes on offer and the staff there make a mean hot chocolate! Their...More
I stayed with my sister, brother-in-law, their children and my mother in Erne View Cottage. The cottage suited all the family, with a wet room downstairs. The views were stunning and they left us everything from dish washer tablets to board games, biscuits .and books....More
We were guests on a recent boat trip on Lough Erne and stopped off at Crom Castle’s visitor centre café for lunch.
Overall, the food and service were very good. And the homemade deserts were something to behold, where the eating experience matched that of...More
This ŵas our second visit, long weekend, same four families as last year, eight adults and ten kids. Stayed in two dog friendly pods and two normal. These are pretty basic, two single beds and room for air beds, microwave and kettle also supplied. Just...More
Stayed in a dog friendly pod for one night at the Crom estate. We were very lucky with the weather which definately helped as there isn't an awful lot to do apart from walk one of the three trails that surround the privately owned house....More
First visit to the estate and we were not disappointed. The location is picture postcard and the walks around the estate keep opening up new vistas. There is accommodation, cottages, camping, glamping available and small boats can be hired to explore the local waterways. Somewhere...More
We stayed for 1 week in Alder Cottage. Had the most fantastic weather and loved exploring the state in the evening when no one was around. Saw deers, lots of herons, kingfisher and plenty of other wildlife. Really easy to find your way around and...More
We thought we would be able to see the current Crom Castle but it is privately owned. We went to coffee shop for lunch. It was OK but I felt cold. We went for a walk to the old ruins of the castle. It was...More
This place is idillic. We visited for the first time today. I can't believe that I have lived in this wee country so long and not found this before. Going to book into one of the sc houses and stay next time. A Red Deer...More