Hameau des Treimars

Gignac, Provence

Ref: SV193

Price guide: 9100€ to 20500€

12 12 24 2 Private heated pools 130km No Yes Yes Yes

About the Property:

Exclusive use of a lovingly restored hamlet overlooking the Luberon mountains with accommodation in several adjacent buildings, two large private pools and private tennis court.

Perched on the top of a hill with stunning views, the ancient hamlet of Treimars has been lovingly restored into luxurious holiday accommodation with attention to detail and respecting local traditions, crafts and materials.

La Maison Haute, La Maison Basse and Le Mas de Sinety are three adjoining buildings that make up Le Hameau des Treimars and are let together. Le Mas de Sinety is the latest property to be renovated with careful attention to detail. This property is a further dwelling located next to the other two buildings with a large living room and huge dining room that can accommodate all 24 people.

With breath-taking views wherever you look and total peace and quiet, you may not wish to leave this rustic paradise. There is also a brand new second private pool located next to Le Mas de Sinety with hot tub, fitness room, yoga room, sauna and hammam. There are also opportunities for wellness activities such as massages and yoga sessions. For all large parties it is highly recommended to reserve a year or two in advance due to high interest!

However, when you do venture out, some of the finest perched villages in Provence including Gordes, Menerbes, Lacoste and Bonnieux are within 20km of the Hameau de Treimars. There are also many other fascinating villages and towns to discover, many with weekly markets, within a very short drive including Reillane and Cereste.
La Maison Haute has three bedrooms all en-suite, a very large kitchen/dining room, spacious living room with a fireplace and two furnished outside terraces to relax and admire the breath-taking views.

La Maison Basse just next door and independent has three bedrooms all en-suite, a kitchen with dining table and an outside terrace overlooking the pool.

Le Mas de Sinety also next door and independent has four bedrooms both en-suite, a living room, large dining room, kitchen and an outside terrace with great views. Two further bedrooms are in the spa house both with en-suite bathroom.

The restoration combines simplicity and luxury to create colourful and cosy accommodation in a Provencal farmhouse style.
The beautiful natural gardens are planted with local fragrant herbs, all of which would have been growing and thriving here hundreds of years ago.

Le Hameau des Treimars is the perfect location for a large group staying together yet with the flexibility to enjoy time apart. Guests at Le Hameau des Treimars can also pay a visit to nearby Les Davids: an organic farm and vineyard with its own shop selling the finest local produce. Les Davids can also cook for you upon request and deliver meals directly to your property front door. A genuinely unique service!

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Prices (sterling prices on request)


Living area

Maison Haute: Living room (shared with Maison basse) with fireplace, wooden beams and colourful Provencal floor tiles. Comfortable sofas with space for everyone, wide screen TV and DVD.
Le Mas de Sinety: Vast living room with open fireplace, wooden beams and colourful Provencal floor tiles. Comfortable sofas, wide screen TV and DVD. Dining room large enough to host all 24 of the hamlet’s guests.


Maison Haute: Fully equipped Provençal kitchen with dining area. Oven, washing machine, dryer, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, coffee machine, kettle and toaster.
Maison Basse: Kitchen with dining table opening onto furnished outside terrace. Oven, American fridge/freezer, dishwasher, coffee machine, kettle and toaster. Laundry room with washing machine and dryer.
Le Mas de Sinety: Beautiful, fully equipped kitchen with two range cookers, two fridges and two dishwashers. Large dining room with seating for 24 people.


Maison Haute:
Ground floor
Bedroom 1: Master bedroom with large double bed (180cm). Four steps to private sitting room and en-suite bathroom with bath, separate shower and wc. TV and safe. Direct access by an external staircase to the garden and pool.
Bedroom 2: Twin bedroom with two steps down to en-suite shower room.
First floor:
Bedroom 3: Spacious bedroom with large double bed (180cm) and en-suite bathroom with bath, shower and wc accessed via a small door and steep stairs off the living room.
Maison Basse:
Ground floor
Bedroom 4: Twin bedroom with en-suite shower room.TV and safe. French door to terrace.
First floor, external access only.
Bedroom 5: Bedroom with large double bed (180cm) with en-suite bathroom with bath, shower and wc, TV and pool view.
Bedroom 6: Twin bedroom with en-suite shower room with wc and pool view.
Le Mas de Sinety:
First floor: Four spacious bedrooms with double beds with en-suite bathroom with bath or shower and wc.
Two further bedrooms with double beds located in the spa house both with en-suite bathroom with bath or shower and wc (external separate access).


All bedrooms en-suite.
Maison Haute: Two en-suite bathrooms and one en-suite shower room. Separate wc on ground floor.
Maison Basse: One en-suite bathroom with bath and shower and two en-suite shower rooms. Separate wc on ground floor.
Le Mas de Sinety: Four en-suite bathrooms or shower rooms. Separate wc on ground floor. Two en-suite bathrooms in the spa house.


Large, enclosed garden with two private pools. Maison Basse and Mas de Sinety: Several furnished terraces: some covered and some uncovered, most overlooking the pools. Gas barbecue. Table tennis table. Boules pitch. Private tennis court (rackets and balls provided) located 100m from all three houses. Private parking.


Private heated pool 1: 14m x 5m. Steps. Security system: cover. Pool heated from mid-May to mid-October. Heating included in price. Pool heating available outside these dates at extra cost. Sun loungers.
Private heated pool 2: 14m x 6m. Steps. Security system: alarm. Pool heated from mid-May to mid-October. Heating included in price. Pool heating available outside these dates at extra cost. Sun loungers.

Changeover day

Saturday (4/5/24-28/9/24). Outside these dates non-Saturday arrivals/departures may be considered. Please ask for details.

Included in the rent

  • Bed linen and towels (including pool towels).
  • Water and electricity (including heating).
  • Six hours of cleaning per property per week.

Other charges

Obligatory charges payable on arrival

  • Refundable security deposit: 1000€ (cash, cheque or card swipe) refunded on departure.
  • Holiday tax: (taxe de sejour) The amount may vary from one year to another. Please ask at the time of booking.

Optional prebookable extras, payable on arrival

  • Barbecue gas 20€ per week.
  • Mid stay bed linen change 20€ per set.
  • Mid stay towel change 10€ per person.
  • Telephone.
  • Firewood.

Other information

  • Cot, highchair, changing mat and bottle warmer available. Please request at time of booking.
  • Fans available. Please request at time of booking.
  • Charging stations for electric cars. Please request at the time of booking.
  • A good choice of locally grown organic produce available for delivery to the property (extra charge).
  • Meals using local fresh products available (extra charge) and catering staff available for serving (further extra charge).


Gignac, Provence

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Nearest beach


Nearest airport(s)

Marseille 103km, Nice 216km.


Small supermarket and bakery in Viens (8km). Good selection of shops, bars and restaurants as well as huge weekly market in Apt (20km).

Places to visit nearby


Les Davids
Nearby organic vineyard and farm run by the owners of the Hameau des Treimars with farm shop offering a selection of wines, fruit, vegetables and local produce. Deliveries to the property also available.

Viens (8km)
The nearest Medieval perched village with regular Wednesday morning market and festival in August.

Simiane la Rotonde (9km)
Hilltop village with Medieval castle and international Baroque music festival in summer.
Reillane (24km)
A fascinating and authentic Provencal village famous for its incredible festival in June. Wander through the historic old village or visit the Sunday morning market.

Banon (16km)
Buy some of the famous and tasty Banon goat cheese at either market (every Tuesday and Saturday morning) and visit Le Bleuet, a fascinating book shop spread over four floors in the heart of the village.

The Colorado Provencal (10km)
Situated between the villages of Rustrel and Gignac waymarked walks take you through a unique and colourful desert scenery with yellow and red rock formations created when ochre was quarried in the area.


Avignon (75km)
Avignon, on the banks of the Rhone, is probably best-known these days for the children’s song – Sur le Pont d’Avignon. But for several decades in the 14th century it was the capital of Christendom, after Pope Clement V moved his court here to avoid the chaos in Rome. The legacy of that papal schism can be seen today in the city’s UNESCO-protected architecture, including the vast Palais des Papes. And nearby Châteauneuf-du-Pape, site of a now-ruined castle built by a later pope, still produces acclaimed red wines. The city’s intact ramparts and pedestrianised centre lend Avignon a small-town, medieval feel. Yet each July, the city goes totally 21st century, as thousands of visitors descend for a contemporary performing arts extravaganza, the Festival d’Avignon.

Aix en Provence (78km)
Aix en Provence is a lively and very appealing town with numerous restaurants and bars near the famous tree-lined Cours Mirabeau, markets on most week-days where you can sample regional produce including Calissons d’Aix (delicious marzipan based confectionery). There are lots of wonderful art galleries all within walking distance from one another in the centre of Aix, shops, music and much more!

L’Isle sur la Sorgue (50km)
L’Isle sur la Sorgue is a pretty market town, much loved for its antique shops and twice weekly markets. Once an important fishing town, with an abundance of crayfish in the River Sorgue, there are also several canals running through the centre. Perhaps, unsurprisingly, the town has been called the Venice of Provence. The river has influenced the development of the town, providing for thriving crafts and industries, flour mills, wool and silk workshops. Many of the waterwheels remain adding to the picturesque charm of the town. Each Sunday there is quite a carnival atmosphere with a flea market, regarded as of the best antique markets in France (Thursday in normal market day).

Property Reviews

Fabulous! Amazing views, decorated and maintained to a very high standard… First class!

Anon (August 2023)

Stunning property! Perfect place to get away from everything.

Anon (August 2023)

Stunning farmhouse in the Luberon… We will go back for sure!

Anon (July 2023)

A slice of heaven.

Anon (May 2023)

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