La Cartuja de Cazalla * * *

Calle de la Carretera de Cazalla, 2 , 41370 - Cazalla de la Sierra - Andalusia - Spain
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La Cartuja de Cazalla was a monastery and is now a national monument operating more like a guest house, rather than as a hotel. Cartuja in Spanish means “charter house”. The building slab dates from the 700 hundreds and the actual dining room ceiling, from the 1400’s. Undoubtedly, this is a unique place in a privileged location. Here you will find, peace, tranquility and silence combined with breathtaking views. There is a choice of room types in the Cartuja de Cazalla: The traditional but simple ones, in the building at the entrance just before the courtyard and authentic former monk cells in the older quarters, next to the inner garden. By the way, here at the Cartuja de Cazalla, they grow their own produce, so you will with Carmen in her home, sampling local dishes (often made with home-grown produce) and chatting around the table afterwards, a forum for sharing knowledge and ideas. The Cartuja de Cazalla is owned and run by a lady who his a tourism professional who took over the place, refurbished it and decided to settle down.

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  • 8 double rooms with bath or shower & wc.

  • 2 single rooms with bath or shower & wc.

  • 4 suites in the Monastery cloister with shower & wc.

  • A small Gardener's House for family groups with children of any age (living room, two bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and shower room)

  • Breakfast room

 
 
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Ecuestre House
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Gardeners House
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Junior Suite
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