"Casa Celda" is a large holiday villa on the La Cartuja de Valldemossa complex, on Majorca. Casa Celda sleeps 10 people, and makes a good base for exploring the countryside and coast around this part of Majorca.
Casa Celda has a lot of history behind it. Casa Celda was chosen by King James II of Mallorca as his summer palace. In 1399 Martin I of Aragon gave the property to Carthusian monks. In 1835 Casa Celda was then passed into private hands.
This holiday villa is located in one of the monastery's corridors.
Casa Celda sleeps 10 people in 5 bedrooms - 4 twin bedrooms and 1 double bedroom.