Need To Know
Four, including one suite.
Midday, but guests can linger longer in the house itself if they wish.
Double rooms from $106.87 (€77), excluding tax at 10 per cent.
Rates exclude breakfast (from €5). You can rent the whole house on a self-catering basis.
Le Trésor is an ideal base for weekend hen parties, and runs a variety of activity programmes, from the strenuous to the soporific, including husky riding, skiing, rafting, and beauty treatments.
At the hotel
Library, DVD/CD selection, free WiFi in the central area (rooms 1–3), laundry (€8 a wash). In rooms: flatscreen TV, DVD player, White Company linen, L’Occitane toiletries.
Our favourite rooms
Room 1, the two-bedroom suite, is the hotel’s largest, with a generous main bedroom and a baby blue sofa bed for sleepy kids or cosy DVD-fuelled evenings. It’s the only room with Sky TV (the others are DVD player-only), and also the only one with a freestanding roll-top bath. Room 2 is the smallest, but it’s bright and airy, with cool terracotta tiles, a gorgeous marble fireplace and an addictive leather armchair, ideal for thumbing through a novel. Room 4, a large double, overlooks the sleepy village square. In the oldest part of the house, the new Cottage Suite boasts romantic views across the hills.
Bring your skiing gear if you’re visiting in winter – the slopes of the Pyrenees are just half an hour away.
An in-house massage therapist is at hand from mid July to September to soothe and relax guests using a range of organic essential oils. Rubdowns start at €35.
Kids older than two cost €20 a night. La Trésor is best suited to babies – there’s a steriliser, changing mats and a cot available (request in advance). Rooms 1 and 5 have separate bedrooms suitable for children. Baby monitors work in all rooms.
Food is locally sourced and largely organic. Everything that can be is recycled and the hotel composts plant matter where possible.