This 470-acre estate on the northern tip of Upper Lough Erne is spread over eight picturesque islands. Inhabited since the 12th century and bought in 1991 by the Duke of Abercorn, it now offers a range of attractive self-catering accommodation.
You’ll find this seaside cottage at the western end of White Park Bay with great views all around.
Manor Cottage. Two bedrooms. Sleeps 4–6. Well presented lakeside cottage with two twin.
Marine Cottage. Two bedrooms. Sleeps 4–6. Spacious cottage with one double and one twin.
Chestnut Cottage. Three bedrooms. Sleeps 6. Traditional courtyard cottage, perfect for a family escape.
A stay for active holidays with biking and canoe trails along the Lough Erne.
New. Get away from it all at this Cornish-style coastal cottage right in the heart of the Glens of Antrim.
A Crom estate courtyard cottage set close to the shores of the Lough Erne.
In the farmyard at Castle Ward, this dog-friendly stone cottage has white-washed stone walls.
A converted farm building with a spacious living area and views of the Lough Erne.
This courtyard cottage sits on the Crom estate, with the Lough Erne just a short walk away.
A converted farm building on the Crom estate, one of Ireland's best conservation sites.
Bridge House. Two bedrooms. Sleeps 4. Traditional two storey cottage nestled on the banks above the lough.
Cathcart’s Lodge. Two bedrooms. Sleeps 6. Well presented cosy cottage offering amazing views over the lough.
Coach House 1. Two bedrooms. Sleeps 4. Tastefully presented former Coach House.
Coach House 2. Two bedrooms. Sleeps 4. Beautiful converted former Coach House.
Walled Garden Cottage. Two bedrooms. Sleeps 4. Tastefully presented cottage with stunning views of the countryside and lough.
Rowan. Three bedrooms. Sleeps 8. Tastefully presented courtyard cottage, perfect for families.
Lime Cottage. Two bedrooms. Sleeps 4. Beautifully presented courtyard cottage.
Willow. Two bedrooms. Sleeps 4. Traditional single storey courtyard cottage, perfect for a couple or a small family.
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