25 years of Crannog

Posted in: Crannog, Restaurant

In 1989 fisherman Finlay Finlayson fulfilled his dream by transforming the little building on Fort William’s Town Pier into a seafood restaurant. The building, once used as a lookout point during World War 2, was used as a bait shed until the conversion. Here are a few photos of Finlay and his wife Lorna with construction in progress.

Lorna and Richard 1989Lorna and Finlay 1989

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crannog Restaurant has now been serving meals to locals and tourists in  Fort William for 25 years and this is how our unique building looks today!

Restaurant 2013Restaurant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The restaurant prides itself in sourcing the finest ingredients from the waters around the West Coast of Scotland.

Restaurant dRestaurant on Pier

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To see more of our past celebrations take a look at our Facebook page. Look at our timeline from previous years and you will see past big birthday celebrations including cakes to celebrate 10 years and 20 years of Crannog.

We will have more events during 2014 to celebrate our 25th year. Keep up to date by following us on Facebook and on our blog or feel free to comment below.

 

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