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Creelers returns to its roots with Kintyre move

Creelers Restaurant and smokehouse has closed its doors on Arran and moved to the Kintyre village of Skipness where a new purpose-built smokehouse has been built. The business which was established in 1990, and the smokehouse shortly after that in 1993, was located at Home Farm in Brodick but the lease on the property has expired and the owners no longer wish to renew it.

The Skipness Smokehouse has been built on the Skipness Estate by Creelers owner, Tim James.
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