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Blandings Filmed at Crom

Crom Castle was delighted to be chosen as the setting for PG Wodehouse’s 1929 period comedy drama, Blandings with an all star cast commissioned by BBC1. A total of sixty cast and crew filmed with us for two months in 2012. Click to read more ….
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Red Magazine, June 2008

Queen of the Castle Emily Davenport was to the manor born after a weekend in her very own Irish castle. “In short, it’s everything you need to join the country set” The Earl of Erne was taking a morning constitutional on his terrace, wrapped in a dressing gown and gazing at some...
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Irish Independent, March 2008

Stately Grandeur Set in the heart of the Fermanagh Lakeland’s. The West Wing at Crom Castle offers a lifestyle that simply cannot be replicated anywhere else. If you are looking for stately home grandeur for a select few then the search is over. The ultimate in Castle rental...
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Impartial Reporter, 5th July 2007

Maureen Wheeler Lonely Planet It wasn’t the first time for Maureen to visit Crom she had also been there when the West Wing had just opened, staying at Crom West Wing in late June she said it was like a dream “It’s beautiful” She believes the people there are great and they are...
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Las Vegas Review Journal, 19 November 2006

Live like a king with a stay in an Irish Castle By Tony Wheeler THE LONELY PLANET Live like a lord? If you’ve wondered what it’s like, then try a spell in a castle in Northern Ireland. The Lake District of County Fermanagh, on the western side of Ireland, is dotted...
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Tatler Magazine, November 2006

The Magic of Ireland Properties in rural Ireland are often the stuff of fairytales, discovers Katharine Acland, as she meets the owner of an historic castle, and hunts out some of the most desirable country houses currently on the market. There is no denying the allure of...
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Belfast Telegraph, September 8, 2006

First International Wedding at Crom Castle Crom Castle, Co Fermanagh, has hosted its first ‘international’ wedding. Americans Craig Keighron and Susan Folino tell Judith Cole how they fell in love with the historic venue over the internet. It is often said that...
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Sunday Tribune, 27 August 2006

To the waters and the wild… The West Wing of Crom Castle has recently been opened to the public and Roslyn Dee finds its elegantly dramatic setting beside Lough Erne is perfect for a wedding or celebratory occasion From our vantage point out on the water, history is all around...
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The Independent on Sunday, 14 May 2006

A Taste of the Upper Crust At Crom Castle in Co Fermanagh your family can live like aristocrats. Bill Tuckey worried his clan might get a little too used to it all. The last time I crossed the Irish Sea on a family holiday was 30 years ago, on a heaving rust-bucket of an...
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Evening Herald, 20 March 2006

Castle opens doors to guests A family owned castle – awarded 5 stars by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board – in Ireland has recently opened the West Wing to guests for the first time in its history. Set in 1,500 acres of National Trust Conservation Parkland, Crom, is one of the...
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