Kingsmills Hotel hosts Scottish Golf Tourism Week 2024

Scottish Golf Tourism Week 2024

We are delighted to announce the news that The Kingsmills Hotel will play host to Scottish Golf Tourism Week 2024. Hosted in the Scottish Highlands for the first time, the three-day event is organised by DC Thomson and Visit Scotland.


Read; P&J brings Scottish Golf Tourism Week to Inverness – Press and Journal

Scotland’s biggest golf tourism conference

Scottish Golf Tourism Week 2024 offers Scottish golf suppliers the opportunity to meet with international golf tour operators.

There will also be an official launch event at The Kingsmills Hotel. Businesses and local community will be invited to meet with the event organisers and partners to learn more.

Speaking about the key role we will play in this year’s event, our CEO and owner Tony Story commented: 

“I am absolutely thrilled to welcome this most prestigious event to the Highland capital. The opportunity it presents will be massive, not just for the City of Inverness but for everyone who has an interest Golf tourism throughout the Highlands and Islands. We should all recognise the significance of the arrival of so many significant golf buyers from throughout the world and we should all do our very best to ensure this is the best golf tourism week ever.”

Hosted at the Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness

Featured regularly in media as a top place to stay and most recently in Bunkered Magazine, the Kingsmills Hotel is already a firm favourite with golf enthusiasts.

For guests staying overnight, the exclusive Kingsclub boasts views across neighbouring Inverness Golf Club. Furthermore, many of the rooms enjoy private patios and balconies – the perfect spot for afternoon refreshments. During Scottish Golf Tourism Week 2024, The Kingsmills Suite, our luxury leading events space, will be home to networking and dining events.

Golf Bag & Champagne Bucket

Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands offers the perfect gateway to some of Scotland’s finest courses. Our Retreat Rooms at the Kingsmills Hotel look out over neighbouring Inverness Golf Club, founded in 1883. Cabot Highlands’ Castle Stuart Golf Links have hosted the Scottish Open four times and what’s more, they are now constructing a multi-million-pound second championship course. Nearby Nairn Golf Club has also played host to the Curtis Cup and Walker Cup

So, want to find out more about the event or register your interest in attending? Visit or follow on Twitter @_SGTW and LinkedIn.