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Does anyone know of a cafe near nairn with bullsey glass windows and murano glass sconces?

We were in Scotland in 2003 and visited the Culloden battlefield, then went somewhere nearby for a lovely lunch. I have misplaced the name and exact location, but am trying to relocate it for friends. It seems to have been a small cafe/tea room in an old building, (perhaps a castle) and was unique and decorated as tho set in an earlier time. The sconces and windows, a low door and stone or brick pathway are all the specifics I can remember. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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