Holiday Cottages at Crom

A view of some of the holiday cottages at Crom

This 2,000 acre demesne is surrounded by tranquil islands and ancient woodlands. One of Ireland's most important conservation areas, Crom is home to a wealth of wildlife. Discover it whether you are fishing, woodland walking, butterfly spotting or bird watching. At Crom you can experience the surroundings from a unique perspective when you hire one of our boats. Leave the road behind, a whole new world awaits you.

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The 'old castle' ruins at Crom
The 'old castle' ruins at Crom estate, Fermanagh
The 'old castle' ruins at Crom

Turn your visit into a holiday and enjoy everything that Crom has to offer. For wildlife lovers, the mature oak woodland, meadows, parkland and snaking waterways of Upper Lough Erne mean Crom is a haven for wildlife. The estate is home to a vast array of rare species like otters, red squirrels and pine martens, fallow deer, bats and some of the UK's rarest butterflies and moths. 

Sneak a peek from the Bird Hide at the height of the summer as there will be different birds using the lough for breeding, including great crested grebe, mute swan, coot and even the rare and elusive water rail. Herons, dragonflies and the possibility of an otter sighting add further to the wildlife experiences on offer.

The summer months are the ideal time to see a wide range of different butterflies, both common and rare, that flutter gracefully throughout Crom estate. What better way to explore Crom this summer than with geocaching on Crom estate. You will be pleasantly surprised at the number of geocaches available at Crom that will help you to go on your outdoor adventure with some only accessible by boat! The GPS devices for geocaching and Tracker Packs for children can be hired from the Visitor Centre. 

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.