A vintage style poster art print of the old castle ruins at Crom, County Fermanagh.
The Crom Estate (pronounced crumb) is a nature reserve located in the south of County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, along the shores of Upper Lough Erne. It is one of three estates owned and managed by the National Trust in County Fermanagh, the others being Florence Court and Castle Coole mansions. The estate comprises 1,350 acres (5.5 km2), composed primarily of riparian forest.
The estate features an award-winning visitor centre and a mammal hide with the chance of seeing rare pine martens. Fishing, boat hire and camping is also available. The ruins of the old castle, as well as the remains of a late 17th-century formal garden and bowling green to the south of the site can also be visited. Crom is also home to some of the oldest yew trees in Ireland, and possibly Europe, at the entrance to the Old Castle Garden. The trees are reputed to be more than 800 years old and were nominated as one of the 50 Greatest British Trees for the Queen’s Jubilee in 2002.