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  4. Crom Estate Holiday Cottages

Crom Estate Holiday Cottages

Location and atmosphere

The National Trust has seven beautiful holiday cottages set on the shores of Upper Lough Erne in the spectacular nature reserve of Crom, one of the Trust's most important nature reserves with an award-winning visitors centre. The romantic setting of the demesne, its harmony of parkland, woodland, water and historic buildings makes Crom an exceptional place.


From the seven cottages one is specially adapted for the less able-bodied. The cottages sleep from two to six people. Available for short breaks and week bookings.

Surroundings and activities

Crom is one of Ireland's most important nature conservation areas with many rare species, including red squirrels and the elusive pine marten. The reserve (1900 hectares) includes the largest surviving area of oaks in Northern Ireland. There are nature trails, a programme of guided walks, boats for hire, you can hire a boat and join an overnight wildlife excursion. Fishing licences are available. There is also an interesting Environmental Sculpture Trail. The Kingfisher Trail for cyclists, runs through the property. Enniskillen, where Upper and Lower Lough Erne unite, is a charming place and not far away.

General information

Opening times accommodationyear round

Selfcatering housingunit

Number of persons26Number of holiday units7Price smallest unit per week£ 610 per unitPrice largest unit per week£ 723 per unit


Bicycles for rent


Guided excursions in the surroundings

Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)

Marked trails

Guided nature tours

Landscape characteristics

Farm production

A part-time farm

Organic or biodynamic farm

Route description

Nearest cityEnniskillenNearest villageNewtownbutler