Lovely place, nice views and walks. As with many national trust sites a bit pricy for the entrance fee.
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We watched the Timothy West programme about Crom and decided to visit while we were in Ireland. We were not disappointed. What a beautiful place to visit and free with our National Trust Card. The Visitor Centre staff were extremely friendly and very helpful. The small museum was very interesting and the café was a delight. We had a walk... More
We stayed in empress glamping pods, a dog friendly one, although the weather turned and was quite wet it didn't stop us enjoying the many walks and we couldn't keep our dog out of the water.!! The pods themselves are well equipped and spacious, microwave and mini fridge, ideal for keeping your wine chilled! The toilet block and showers are... More
Three and a half couples and a fifteen month old child stopped off at Crom Estate jetty for an hour and a half in February. The interpretive centre was closed as it was out of season. The play area had swings and seesaw. We went for a walk along the lake edge to the Castle Ruins. The path is good... More
This must be one of the best national trust properties. We were camping rarely in the season and it was wonderful. No crowds , no noise apart from the wildlife, of which there is plenty. The toilets are clean as are the showers . There is a wonderful tea room which is a must to visit. However during the main... More
My family and friends visited the Crom Estate on New Year's Day 2017 for a walk. What a beautiful place with stunning views over the lakes.
Gorgeous area, great for an escape form reality. You can just go here for a walk or a picnic but you can also stay over in a lodge. The people are friendly and helpful. Be prepared though its in the middle of nowhere!
Crom estate is a beautiful place to visit for a walk and take in the stunning views around Lough Erne. It is run by The National Trust and is free to members. There are many interesting buildings around the estate like the boat house or the summer house and not forgetting the castle ruins. After our walk we were looking... More
A nice place to stop on a long drive from north to south - well worth the admission fee for the glorious cakes alone! We were slightly underwhelmed by the walks on offer, but all in all it is a nice place to visit. And always good to support the National Trust!
The Crom Estate is a beautiful area overseen by The National Trust. There is a walk along Lough Erne with the old castle ruins en-route to the new Castle. The Castle is private property of the Earl of Erne however you can walk along and visit the Boat House and the Summer House. It is very scenic with plenty of... More