Unique and Majestic Wedding Venue
Its Magical, Exclusive and Romantic
Crom Castle is an exclusive wedding venue where you can have your very own castle for the day. Nestled in the heart of the Fermanagh lake lands, is an incredible wedding venue. Its on my favourites venues list!
Located on the shores of Lough Erne, Crom Castle is the private home of John Critchon, the 7th Earl of Erne. It has been the historic seat of the Earls of Erne for over 350 years. Surrounded by over 1900 acres, the vast estate is now managed by the National Trust, ensuring its beauty is maintained for generations to come.
You can even get to stay in ‘The West Wing’ where accommodation is available all year round.
For weddings, its a perfect fairytale venue.
Where is Crom Castle
Crom Castle is in the beautiful lake lands of Co Fermanagh.
Approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes by car from Belfast, its a beautiful venue to escape to, leaving the city lights behind.
Alternatively, for those based in the West, its a short 30 minute drive from Enniskillen.
In the local area, there is lots to see. Your guests could even extend their stay, by hiring a cruiser on Lough Erne!
Crom Castle Address
West Wing Crom Castle, Newtownbutler, County Fermanagh, BT92 8AP, Northern Ireland
Phone: 028 6773 8004
Accommodation at Crom Castle
The West wing has accommodation for up to 21 people, in 13 luxury bedrooms. This is included in your wedding booking.
There are also a number of holiday cottages on the estate that can be booked separately. These sleep up to 26 people.
There are also many B&B’s guesthouses, airbnb’s and hotels in the local area.
Wedding’s at Crom Castle
Crom Castle is a romantic, magical and inviting place.
Surrounded by a 1900 acres estate, this majestic wedding venue will wow you and your guests.
Exclusively yours, with only one wedding per day, The West Wing provides a magnificent backdrop for modern couples.
How many guests can you have at Crom Castle?
Licensed to hold civil ceremony’s, you can hold your entire wedding day here.
Ceremonies: 100 Guests
Wedding Reception: 100 Guests
Crom Castle Venue Hire
Costs start at £9000 for the venue. This cost includes the exclusive use of the West Wing of Crom Castle with accommodation for up to 21 people for 2 nights, including breakfast.
Catering and all other costs will need to be added.
The West Wing, Crom Castle
As you traverse the sweeping driveway, the elegance of Crom Castle blows you away.
The Earl of Erne will greet you on arrival and welcome you to his home.
You will feel like a prince or princess!
The staircase at the entrance of the castle is a sight to behold!
The Grand Hall
At the top of the steps you are welcomed into the foyer area, also known as The Grand Hall.
Many choose to use this area for the arrival drinks and canapés.
Its grand, its impressive and your guests will in awe at the beauty of this building.
The foyer also has its very own exceptional staircase – its incredible.
Victorian Conservatory, Crom Castle
Many couples choose to hold both their ceremony and their meal in the beautiful conservatory.
Opening out onto the lawn, guests can enjoy the beautiful views out over the estate.
With natural light filling this beautiful space, it is the perfect choice for your wedding reception.
When the day closes in, its a real atmospheric spot for a bit of dancing too.
Wedding Photography at Crom Castle
If you are looking for some dramatic backdrops for your wedding photos, look no further. Crom Castle has everything you could dream about.
Crom Castle itself
Who wouldn’t want this amazing castle as the backdrop to their wedding photographs! Its an absolute dream.
Crom Castle Boat House
The Tudor style boat house on the shore of Lough Erne is incredible. With its beautiful stonework, its arched doors and windows at ground level makes this building a wonderful spot for a few photos.
The White Bridge to Inisherk Island
This bridge is beautiful and a perfect backdrop for wedding photography.
Old Castle Ruins
Not far from the main castle, the 17th century old castle ruins provide a specular backdrop, with Lough Erne in the background.