Holiday Cottages at Crom

A view of some of the holiday cottages at Crom

Looking for a holiday in Northern Ireland. Escape to Crom in County Fermangh and stay overnight in a truly special place. With a range of cosy cottages, our self-catering accommodation is the perfect mid-week or weekend break. Step outside your front door and explore the 2,000 acre estate on your doorstep. With tranquil islands and ancient woodlands, enjoy scenic strolls in one of Ireland's most important conservation areas. Home to a wealth of wildlife, enjoy butterfly spotting, bird watching and boat trips as you leave the road behind and enter a whole new world.

Start planning your cosy autumn break at Crom

Colours of Crom on an autumn day
Crom autumn
Colours of Crom on an autumn day


Turn a day out into a happy holiday by enjoying all the facilities Crom has to offer. Book a break in one of our seven self-catering cottages and make yourself at home in this stunning lakeside estate. As one of Ireland's most important conservation areas, spend your daysenjoying scenic strolls through the mature oak woodland, magnificient meadows and snaking waterways of Upper Lough Erne. A haven for wildlife, spot a vast array of rare species including some of the rarest butterflies in the UK. Sneak a peak at feathered friends from the birdhide or walk through the woodlands and see if you can spot the elusive pine marten and red squirrels. Keep an eye out for our resident Fallow Deer from the Deer Park. At the end of your energetic day, cook up a hearty dinner and relax in an armchair in front of a cosy fire.

A truly special place, for an unforgettable holiday

Erne View Lounge

Erne View Cottage 

Erne View is the largest of the cottages and has a dual aspect of the woodland and also overlooks Lough Erne and the island of Inishfendra from the large sitting room. Sleeps 7.

Explore Crom from the water

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Audrey's love of Crom

Six years ago, Audrey discovered Crom Estate in Country Fermanagh. She took her children and their two dogs on holiday there and instantly fell in love with the landscape and wildlife.