Heritage Site's and Stately Home's.

In Fermanagh.

Crom Estate.

The Crom Castle estate extends to 1350 acres it is set on a peninsula surrounded by the shimmering waters of Upper Lough Erne, it is one of the most important wildlife nature reserves owned by the National Trust.

The castle built between 1834 - 40 for the Earls of Erne, the family still live there, the castle and its associated buildings are private. One of these buildings was constructed in 1610 to house peat which was brought to the estate by barge to fuel the fires in the mansion.

There is also a restored six sided summer house complete with a fireplace, also a castellated boat house on the shore of the Lough.

The ruins of the former Crom Castle are to be seen, this plantation building was built in 1611 and was unsuccessfully besieged by the Jacobites under Lord Galmoy in March 1689 and again in July under general McCarthy. The house remained in the hands of the Crichton family until it was accidentally burned down in 1764.

Crom Estate
Co Fermanagh
Tel +44 (0)28 6773 8118
E Mail
Web Site

More information about Crom Castle Estate

Visit The National Trust page about Crom Castle Estate.



Headhunters Barbers Shop & Railway Museum.

A trip to Headhunters Barber Shop & Railway Museum is like taking a remarkable journey into the past bringing the golden age of the railway vividly to life. Visitors start their journey of discovery at the reconstructed Railway Booking Office where the ticket collector invites you to step on board and enjoy the evocative nostalgia, social heritage and amazing artefacts associated with the railways which operated throughout Fermanagh and the Border Counties until their closure in 1957.

The association between the barbers shop and the railway theme was inspired through the family's interest in local railway history. Customers enjoy the professional hairstyling, friendly atmosphere and unique opportunity to be surrounded with a feast of railway memorabilia.

Headhunters Barbers Shop & Railway Museum
5 Darling Street,
Co Fermanagh
BT74 7DP
Tel (+44) 028 6632 7488
E Mail
Web Site




Marble Arch Caves.

The Marble Arch Caves set amid the spectacular scenery of a National Nature Reserve, near Florence Court are one of Fermanagh and Northern Ireland's premier visitor attractions. It is almost a fairy tale underworld of caves, waterfalls, passages and chambers, littered with geological delights and treasures, with stalactites and calcite sheets glittering in the illuminating light.
Marble Arch Caves
European Geopark
Co Fermanagh
Tel +44 (0)28 6634 8855
E Mail
Web Site

A tour of the cave system lasts about an hour and a half, it begins with a boat journey along the subterranean river, then on through the cave's brilliantly lit chambers.

Normally open from mid March to September.




Belle Isle Estate

Cross over a bridge from the mainland and enter a world apart. Situated on the northern tip of Upper Lough Erne, Belle Isle is a 470-acre estate spread over eight picturesque islands. Inhabited since the 12th century, the estate today offers a wide range of attractive self-catering accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. Moreover, Belle Isle is also a vibrant working estate .
Belle Isle Estate
Co Fermanagh
Tel +44 (0)28 6638 7231
E Mail
Web Site

Our aim when developing the estate for our visitors was to simply convert and refurbish a number of listed buildings and existing cottages in a sensitive and caring manner.

Above all else we were keen to avoid any feeling of 'new build' and instead preserve the unique beauty and timeless atmosphere of this idyllic area which is nationally recognised as an Area of Special Scientific Interest.