Mint Croft are two luxury holiday cottages perched above the sea on the Isle of Skye. Panoramic sea views over Loch Snizort and out to the Islands of Harris and Lewis. Beautifully restored crofters cottages in a traditional Highland crofting township. Recommended by The New York Times; The Times; Condé Nast Traveller; The Telegraph: Enki, Design & Architecture.
What makes a stay at Mint Croft Luxury Self-Catering Cottages unique?
“Mint Croft is a labour of love created by a couple of designers turned modern-day crofters”. The Telegraph
Shaz and Alistair Morton have spent three years renovating Mint Croft's traditional Hebridean cottages with stone walls and turf roof. Luxurious and modern interiors feature wood, lime, stone, wool, and linen. Handcrafted Devol kitchens and designer Fired Earth bathrooms.
Spectacular sea views from both cottages where you can spot minke whale, sea eagles, and dolphins. A dark sky area, the Milky Way is visible to the naked eye.
What is the capacity for Mint Croft Luxury Self-Catering Cottages?
Each Cottage sleeps up to two guests. A beautiful retreat for adults only. No pets aside from assistance dogs. Mint Croft is a non-smoking property.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Isle of Skye area?
Set in a traditional Highland crofting township, history oozes from every stone. Shaz and Alistair have designed and renovated every detail to provide a relaxing, luxurious stay inspired by the island. Mint Croft offers the best of the Isle of Skye. Spectacular natural beauty, culture, and history. A romantic retreat, an escape from modern life.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
On arrival, a delicious Mint Croft breakfast hamper will set you up for your stay – all artisan produce, mostly from the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Includes Mint Croft Breakfast Recipes cookbook.
A large well-stocked Devol hand-crafted kitchen, where you can cook until your heart's content. A place to prepare great food. A big dining table with spectacular sea views. A range of good cookbooks to inspire.
The Isle of Skye is a world-class food destination. Nearby is Michelin-starred Loch Bay Restaurant; Skye's oldest inn, The Stein is next door and owned by TV chef-patron Paul Rankin; the world-famous Three Chimneys restaurant and the new kid on the block, Edinbane Lodge. Local taxi service is available.