Welcome Newbridge House and Farm to the zetcom Family

Located a half an hour north of Dublin is Newbridge House and Farm, an 18th century Georgian villa and working farm. The villa was built in 1747 for the then-Archbishop of Dublin, Charles Cobbe, and remains in pristine condition to this day.

The farm is a joy to visit – especially for families – as it is home to many traditional and rare breeds, promotes compassionate farming methods, respect for all animals, and sustainable biodiversity

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