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The course has nine championship quality green and 18 tees with a par of 72, making it challenging. This course will suit longer hitters more than the shorter, make sure you're armed with the correct change. The golf course is set on the banks of the Avon River, the last few holes run close to the river with marvellous views of the surrounding purple heather-clad hills and native birch woods, set among 150-year-old trees, this is a hilly course so make sure you are prepared with a few Mars...

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Garmouth is a small village located in a more rural location not far from the water. Convenience shopping can be found in the neighbouring town of Fochabers, and additional shopping can be found in Buckie or by taking an easy commute to Elgin or the capital city of Inverness, which offers all of the major routes in all directions on the compass, including rail, bus, road, and air travel, as well as travel routes to the islands. In the vicinity, there is the town of Fochabers, as well as the village of Mosstodloch, both of which offer some limited local amenities.

Make a reservation at a spacious vacation home that is situated inside a visually appealing rural area between the communities of Mosstodloch and Garmouth.

Find a vacation home here searching stay4you that is perched on a site that is high and looks out over the wide vistas of the surrounding countryside and the Spey Valley. This is an excellent location for a staycation that provides accommodations for families.

Golfing, angling chances, and sea fishing are just some of the activities that can be enjoyed in this area, which is famous for its beautiful scenery and seaside walks. Both wildlife viewing and whisky distilleries are located in the same near proximity.

Find a vacation home in a convenient location within the village, close to the larger communities of Fochabers and Elgin, and with access to the A96. This is a highly desirable location.

Spey Bay is right outside your front door; you may watch dolphins there and take long walks along the beach; just remember to bring your camera.

Find a typical stone cottage Located in the tranquil community of Bogmoor, which is part of the Spey Bay region of Scotland.

There are a few shops in Fochabers, and those interested in more options can travel to Buckie or Elgin. In Fochabers, there are connections provided by the local transportation system to the primary and secondary levels of education.

Reserve a room in a vacation rental home for two that is located in a serene setting and is bordered on all sides by water and open forest.

Moray Firth and Lossiemouth East Beach are two of the best places in the region to take in the area's breathtaking scenery, while Elgin is chock full of museums and whisky museums.

Discover Spey Bay right outside your front door, where you can see dolphins while strolling along the beach for miles. Find yourself a cosy cottage. For a relaxing weekend getaway for two in the Spey Bay area, this cottage for rent is located in the tranquil village of Bogmoor.

In Fochabers, there are connections to elementary and secondary levels of education provided through the local transportation arrangements.

This region is full of lovely countryside and coastline walks that are directly accessible from your vacation accommodation, as well as golfing, fishing, and other outdoor activities that are conveniently located nearby. Rent a vacation property that is situated in an area that is rich in natural splendour and offers stunning vistas over the surrounding open countryside in the direction of the River Spey and the Spey Viaduct.

There are numerous little coastal settlements in which one can rent a vacation property for use during a staycation. Both Inverness and Dingwall may be reached from Muir of Ord by the public transportation options of bus and rail.

There is a convenience store, a gas station, and a post office all within walking distance. Stay in a fisherman's cottage that is quaint but romantic, complete with a log burning stove for a cosy evening made for two, and a sunny, isolated courtyard garden that is excellent for resting, complete with a barbecue and an outdoor fire pit. Or a large detached stone constructed extended cottage nestled in magnificent south facing grounds with vast adaptable accommodation over two levels for a family party to book for a wonderful beach or country side excursion, or for a group of friends on a catch up weekend. This area has a rich history, and there are many interesting places to go and things to do for you to enjoy both on land and in the water.

Exploring Garmouth

Garmouth Moray is a village on the left bank of the Spey, Garmouth is about l mile from the sea, formerly it was a port, but the river channel now changes too often for use. At one time, however it had a considerable timber trade in the export of tree trunks floated down the Spey from Rothiemurchus and Glenmore forests.

Charles ll landed here from Holland on 23 June 1650 and a plaque on a cottage commemorates the place where he signed the Solemn League and Covenant. This signature he later regarded as being made under duress.

Down-river, about l mile away, lies Kingston founded in l784 by two Yorkshiremen who came to buy timber, and named it after Kingston-upon-Hull. Kingston-upon-Spey was a great l8th and early 19th century shipbuilding centre, with several yards on the Spey, where many large sailing vessels were built.

  • Garmouth Latitude 57.6633° N Longitude -3.1091° W
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Staying In Garmouth

A great spot to stay is Garmouth. Garmouth is a tiny seaside community at the mouth of the River Spey in Moray, Scotland. It offers a wonderful, tranquil setting that is close to the shore and surrounded by lovely scenery.

Here are some activities and sights to do if you intend to stay in Garmouth:

Take a leisurely stroll down the sandy beach at Garmouth and Kingston Beach while taking in the stunning coastline vistas and the sea air.

Visit Spey Bay, which is close by and only a short drive from Garmouth. It's a great place for nature lovers, with opportunities for seeing dolphins and birds.

The Speyside Way is a long-distance walking track that goes through Garmouth. If you like to walk or hike, you can check out a stretch of it. It provides magnificent pathways along the Spey River and across picturesque scenery.

Garmouth lies at the centre of the Speyside whisky district, so there are many options to tour renowned distilleries and learn about the production of whisky. Among the well-known distilleries in the region are Glenlivet, Macallan, and Glenfiddich.

Historic Sites: The town of Garmouth is steeped in history, and you may visit a number of adjacent historic sites. You may learn more about the history of the village at the Garmouth and Kingston Heritage Centre, and you can also go to neighbouring attractions like the ruins of Duffus Castle and Pluscarden Abbey.

Golf: If you prefer playing a round of golf, there are various golf courses around where you may do it. Garmouth & Kingston Golf Club and Spey Bay Golf Club are two nearby golfing facilities.

Culinary Delights: Visit the village's eateries and adjacent restaurants to sample the local fare and savour fresh fish and traditional Scottish specialties.

Outdoor Recreation: Garmouth provides access to a range of outdoor pursuits, including cycling, fishing, and exploring the area's forests and nature reserves.

In general, vacationing in Garmouth lets you enjoy the peace and quiet of a coastal village while being surrounded by stunning natural scenery and a strong Scottish heritage. It's a great place to unwind, engage in outdoor activities, and get to know the local culture.

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WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre enjoyable visit Source: https://www.stay4you.com/en/scottish-towns/garmouth#post-review
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 · 2 years ago
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The northern end of Spey Bay is a perfect spot for watching both sea and estuary it is where the Spey comes out into the Moray and on a good day plenty of species of bird can be viewed, including divers, whooper swans and osprey who fish regularly in the Spey. The Dolphin Centre and restaurant are well located to make the most of your visit, you can also book dolphin watching cruises from here. A nice spot for lunch and enjoying the local wildlife.

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