Crom Castle - Caisleán na Croime

Crom Castle is a relatively recent Victorian structure; however, the site is also home to the ruins of a much old castle tower house. Whilst Crom Castle itself is not open to the public, the grounds, which are called Crom desmesne and managed by National Trust for Ireland, are open from March until the end of October. Crom demesne is a nature conservation area covering about 810 hectares. It is an area of outstanding beauty with boats for hire, woodland walks and nature trails and guided walks that include the old ruined castle. 

Getting there

Crom is located in Upper Loch Erne, southeast from Enniskillen/Inis Ceithleann, along the A34 to Newtownbutler/an Baile Nua in County Fermanagh. Crom Estate is east from Newtownbutler.

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