The Courtyard

The fine, square, cobbled courtyard at Newbridge was designed by Robert Mack and built around 1790 after the completion of the main house.

The buildings surrounding the courtyard originally housed a blacksmith's forge, threshing barn, hay barn, pig sty, weigh house, chicken house, slaughter house, swill house, bull pen and bleaching yard, as well as horse stables, fowl houses and the vinery. Nowadays, the courtyard acts as the entry point to the traditional farm, as well as home to our Courtyard Meeting Room and the Donabate Historical Society.

 

 


The Coach House Cafe

With a wide variety of delicious hot and cold food on offer, including sandwiches, wraps, pastries, chowder, chicken wings and a full Irish breakfast, our on-site cafe offers something for everyone. Take a seat indoors or outside on the sunny terrace and enjoy a tea, coffee and a sweet treat! The Coach House Cafe is the perfect spot to rest and refresh on your visit to Newbridge House and Farm.

Opening Hours 
October to March
Monday to Friday: 9.30am to 4.30pm
Saturday and Sunday: 9.30am to 5pm

April to September
Daily from 9.30am to 6pm


The Farm Shop

​The Farm Shop sells a fun and eclectic selection of presents, trinkets and toys. Pick up a souvenir, a cuddly teddy or an educational toy on your next visit.

We also have arange of unusual and unique gift items for Christmas, birthdays, Easter, Mother's Day and all the other holidays in between! Pop on in and take a look around.

Opening Hours
October to March
Daily from 9.30am to 4.30pm

April to September
Daily from 9.30am to 6pm