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Romantic and tranquil landscape of islands, woodland and historical ruins

Escape to this breathtaking 810-hectare (2,000-acre) demesne, set amid the romantic and tranquil landscape of Upper Lough Erne.

One of Ireland's most important nature conservation areas, Crom's ancient woodland and picturesque islands are home to many rare species. Stay for longer in our holiday cottages or campsite.

Islander festival launches on 2 - 5 May 2014

Islander festival, 3 - 5 May

Islander festival, 3 - 5 May

Fermanagh is renowned for its tranquil lakeshore beauty, tuneful personalities, great produce and quirky artists. The Upper Lough Erne Region celebrates its vibrant culture this May Day bank holiday with the arrival of Islander Festival, an exciting new four day music, arts and food festival for County Fermanagh.

Listen out for spring

As we embrace the new spring season, watch and listen out for lots of signs of life as lots of our winged friends return. 

Some of the sounds you hear may include

  • swallows
  • house martins
  • swifts
  • bats

Cot trips Monday 5 May 2014

A rustic boat on the lakeside

The perfect way to experience Crom is from the vantage point of Lough Erne on the 100 year old traditional cot, Monday 5 May from 1-5pm.

Adult - £4, child - £2. Booking essential, call 028 6773 8118.

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Book your camping trip for 2014

We're taking bookings for our campsite for the 2014 season, book early to avoid disappointment.