Finnebrogue Estate was the heart of the pleasure gardens at Finnebrogue House, and still bares traces of what went before. With its 30-acre lake and specimen trees, the land has been farmed by the Lindsay family for the last 60 years.
Ed and Rachael Lindsay, the current custodians, have a very simple mission: to create a sustainable business that will serve the needs of our customers, employees and family for future generations; all the while preserving our natural surroundings.
For more than 25 years, our seasoned hardwood has been heating Co. Down homes of all shapes and sizes, with a range of cuts available and affordable prices guaranteed.
Our 100 strong herd of pedigree Dexter cattle enjoy a purely grass fed diet. They graze the picturesque pastures most of the year, taking cover in the woods during the worst winter months. We're proud that all our beef is either sold as fresh cuts from the farm shop, or served in the tipi cafe.
With a 30-acre private lake and specimen trees in a lavish woodland, Finnebrogue Woods makes a prime spot for filming. Recently featured in the BBC drama 'The Children of Windermere', and the BBC series 'Death and Nightingales', starring Northern Ireland's very own Jamie Dornan, Game of Thrones, Wild Fire, A Patch of Fog, and most recently Bloodlands.