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Interior of the Byre resaurant - c1996
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Interior of the Byre resaurant - c1996

Picture added on 29 April 2004 at 17:30
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This is now our living room!
Added by Neil Campbell on 27 August 2007
Are there any resturants in Cromarty now? When I was last in Cromarty in 1986 & 87 we had a lovely meal in the Cromarty Arms but we didn't visit The Byre. Pub meals are excellent. but I just wondered if there are any Resturants.
Added by Mary MacKay now Tomlinson Harrison on 28 August 2007
I wish I was 18 again, 10-10 till we meet again!
Anonymous comment added on 28 August 2007
Mary, if you look at this thread you can learn about the latest restaurant to open in Cromarty.
Added by Colin on 29 August 2007
Thank You for the information Colin when I visit Cromarty again (not too long I hope)I will make sure I visit that establishment Cromarty Rocks!!
Added by Mary MacKay now Tomlinson Harrison on 29 August 2007
Thanks for posting this photo! I have many happy memories of family meals with little boys running round, with Granny and Granda (Eileen and Bill Thomson) enjoying having everyone there.
Also attending 21st and wedding parties! what good nights they were!
Added by Rona Thomson on 02 September 2007
Many good memories of the Byre. I remember when they had the discos. You could go on a "pub" crawl and not leave the building. Happy days.
Added by Gill Wilkie (McGookin) on 10 October 2008
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