Glamping at Crom

The glamping pods at Crom look out over Lough Erne and are a stone's throw from the water - the perfect spot to relax and watch the sun set.

As a winner of the Northern Ireland Tourism Awards 'Unique Tourist Accomodation', the Glamping Pods offer visitors a unique stay in a unique location in County Fermanagh. The spaces which have been transformed into pods were once used to house pigs but they’ve certainly had an upgrade since then.

A warm fire brightens the evening at the glamping pods
A fire pit lights the evening at the Crom estate glamping pods
A warm fire brightens the evening at the glamping pods

The Glamping Pods at Crom

The pods are located beside the Visitor Centre close to the campsite facilities which include a shower block and an outdoor tap for washing dishes. 

The pods can fit families of 2 adults and up to 3 children, containing two single beds and plenty of floor space. They come equipped with home comforts to make your stay that bit easier. This includes:

  • Two single beds (linen is not provided)
  • Overhead lighting and a table lamp
  • Heater
  • Kettle
  • Microwave
  • Mini-fridge
  • Table and chairs
  • Electric points 
  • Stable style door with windows looking out to the Lough
  • Two pods are dog-friendly, please mention this when booking
The pods come equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay
The layout of the inside of the glamping pods at Crom
The pods come equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay

How to book?

To check availability and to make your booking for our award-winning Glamping Pods, click HERE.

Booking terms and conditions
Please note any bookings falling on a bank holiday must be a minimum of two nights' stay. For any more information please have a look at our Site Rules (PDF / 0.0654296875MB) download , or contact Crom on 028 6773 8118.

Where to eat and shop during your stay?

The Little Orchard tea-room is open daily from 11am during March to September. The Visitor Centre also has a selection of camping-friendly foods available as well as a range of gifts and treats, books and toiletries just in case you've forgotten any essentials.

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