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Fochabers HotelsA warm welcome and a friendly atmosphere awaits all guests staying at Bayview. Ken & Ann Fraser, the owners, take a personal interest in their guests to ensure they have a pleasant time in this beautiful part of Scotland.

Bayview Accommodation

Bayview's modernized accommodation consists of two large bedrooms both with en-suite shower rooms.

The triple room can sleep three adults - ideal for golf or walking groups and our family room sleeps two adults and two children. Tea and coffee making facilities, radio, TV, DVD & video are provided in each room. Guests also have free use of our WiFi Internet service. A free public car park is located adjacent to the house.

Things to do and places to visit:
Kingston is ideally located on the coast of the Moray Firth, near to the mouth of the river Spey, with a host of attractions nearby offering something of interest to everyone.

The local area is popular with golfers, fishermen, bird watchers, walkers and cyclists, there are also local stables that cater for horse riding.

Many guests use us as a base to visit the Moray Wildlife Centre - part of the Dolphin & Whale Conservation Society in Spey Bay, the Findhorn Foundation, Pluscarden Abbey and the World Famous Whisky Trail with many distilleries located in Moray.
The beach at Kingston is an ideal spot to look for dolphins as they make their way up and down the coast; an estimated 150 live in the Moray Firth.

Kingston Wild Bird Reserve is yards from Bayview, where a wide variety of birds can be seen from the viewing areas In the spring and summer, Ospreys can be seen on a daily basis fishing at the mouth of the Spey.
Garmouth & Kingston Golf Club is a 18 hole links course that borders the river Spey. All visitors are welcome and guests at Bayview can enjoy "Free Golf "as part of all our Golf & B&B package starting from £38 pp pn.
Salmon have been fished from the mouth of the River Spey since prehistoric times. The River Spey is less than a mile from Bayview. It offers the choice of both sea and fresh water fishing for trout and salmon; permits can be purchased locally in Spey Bay.
As part of the East Coast Trail, Kingston is ideally located; to the east at Spey Bay is where followers of the Speyside Way long distance footpath finally reaches the sea. To the west, the large semi wilderness of the of the Lossie Forest stretches for over 5 miles along the coast to Lossiemouth.

Kingston - on - Spey was founded in 1784 and named after Kingston - upon - Hull in Yorkshire. Dodsworth & Osborne, shipbuilders from Hull established shipyards at Kingston capable of building boats up to 500 tons with masts 60 ft high.
In the early 1800's, Clipper ships were built here to service the tea trade from India. At nearby Spey Bay, The Tugnet Ice House, built in 1830, remains on view as a monument to the Salmon Fishing Station industry.

From Aberdeen - A96 at Mosstodloch take the B9015 to Garmouth. After the bridge in Garmouth turn right onto Church Street; at the hotel turn left to Spey Street and follow the road to Kingston. Bayview is on the corner of Shore Road and Beach Road. From Inverness - A96 enter Lhanbryde; in Lhanbryde follow the sign to Garmouth. In Garmouth, Station Road leads to the High Street, at the junction with Spey Street turn left and follow the road to Kingston.

Email Bayview enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com