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Brief description of site

Crom is a heavily-wooded lough shore and island demesne. The 17th-century ruinous bawn house with an adjacent pair of ancient yew trees and elements of the formal garden remain. Elsewhere landscaping by W.S. Gilpin of 1838 is associated with the contemporary house. There are many estate buildings.

Brief history of site

The bawn house dates from 1611. There is landscaping by W.S. Gilpin from 1838.

Location information:

Address: Upper Lough Erne, Newtownbutler, County Fermanagh, BT92 8AP

Locality: Newtownbutler

Local Authorities:


Historical County: Fermanagh

OSNI Discoverer map sheet number: 27 Grid Ref: H360245
Latitude: 54.1683 Longitude: -7.44955


Three miles west of Newtownbutler on a minor road.

Visitor facilities

Opening contact details:

The grounds are open from 10am daily. The house is private.

Visitor information:

Parking, tearoom, shop.

Key information:

Form of site: landscape park

Purpose of site: Conservation

Context or principal building: house

Site first created: 1611

Main period of development: Early 19th century

Survival: Part: standing remains

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