Google Streetview shows it in October 2009 as "Greenhouse Chinese Restaurant."
Fayre Earth featured in the Outlander television series as "Farrell’s Hardware and Furniture Store", Inverness.
|HES listing details|
|Reference: LB31280||Date: 01/12/1971||Category: C|
Mrs Elizabeth Crawford's premises (Richard Howden's shop) High St
Rebuilt late 19th century, gables are 18th century. 2-storey 2-window (1 Bipartite) rubble with stugged red sandstone dressings at openings, ground floor shop crowstepped; pantiled, slate skirting.
|Statement of special interest
Partly cobbled area in front. Re-categorised as C(S) from B for Group (2006).
Ice cream shop; cafe, Chinese restaurant.
"One of the shops in Falkland was an Italian ice cream shop called Valentes, where Fayre Earth Craft Shop is today. (A shop of the same name is still going today in Kirkcaldy)."
"The shop that became Fayre Earth was once a village stores, where, as well as general goods and papers, villagers could have teas or coffees or the delicious ice-cream made by the Italian proprietors (the Lannis) while listening to the songs of the moment played on the shop’s juke box."
- NTS: Outlander filming locations.
- HES record for LB31280
- "My Family" by Jean Small on Voices of Falkland.
- "Memories of my family and Falkland" by Tam Garland on Voices of Fakland.