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Tranquil landscape of islands, woodland and historical ruins

Upper Lough Erne, Newtownbutler, County Fermanagh, BT92 8AJ

Winter sunrise over a frosty landscape at Crom estate in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

Planning your visit

A dog enjoying a winter walk in the grounds at Trelissick, Cornwall

Visiting Crom with your dog 

Crom is a three pawprint rated place. We want you and your furry companion to enjoy your visit. Please help to ensure that all visitors, with or without dogs, can enjoy their visit by following these guidelines.

A family boat ride in June on Lough Erne at Crom, County Fermanagh

Visiting Crom with Family 

Find out everything you need to know about visiting Crom with kids. From playing in the play area to borrowing balance bikes and essential information on where you'll find baby-changing facilities, tearoom, picnic facilities and more.

The old Crom castle ruins break up the horizon standing against a clear blue sky

Exploring the estate at Crom 

The parkland at Crom lie beside the Upper Loch Erne, an ancient landscape including the old castle, and with diversity of habitats making it an important conservation site.

Crom Campsite path to visitor centre

Outdoor activities at Crom 

Enjoy a boat trip on Lough Erne, or experience the best coarse fishing in Northern Ireland. Stop off at an island or two, and see the estate from the vantage point of the water.

Venue hire

A newly married couple stand in front of the Crom Boat House on a bright autumnal day, Crom, Northern Ireland

Weddings at Crom 

Discover a unique wedding venue in Fermanagh at Crom. Take a look at the options available and arrange a visit.

Visitors exploring the festive interiors in the Entrance Hall at Castle Ward, County Down


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