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National Trust - Crom, Newtownbutler
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  • 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 m...  more »
  • 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 arou...  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 p...  more »
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  • Stayed in one of the glamping pods and it was great. Better than camping but all the benefits. Pods overlook the Lough and the fishing was fantastic. Great for kids and is dog friendly.
  • Stayed at the cottages, very cosy, well kept and equipped (including free wifi). Beautiful walks and we took the kids out on one of the boats you can hire at the visitor centre beside the cottages. Also has a small park and a great coffee shop for a handy lunch. Loads of open spaces, forests and ruins for little people to explore. The national trust staff on site were exceptionally friendly and helpful and hiring the boat was a breeze. The waterways have beautiful scenery and plenty of wildlife to see from the boat. If you are staying in the cottages you also get free entry into Florencecourt and Castle Coole which are stunning as well. We will definitely be back!
  • Steeped in history, great scenery, wonderful activities
  • Great place to see the Beauty of N Ireland
  • Very tranquil and scenic.