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Against the magnificent backdrop of the Drakensberg mountains, overlooking the secluded Mfazimnyama Valley of the Spioenkop Game Reserve and in the lee of the famous hill in Kwazulu-Natal, Spioenkop, lies the Eco-friendly Three Tree Hill Lodge (aka Three Trees at Spioenkop).

Three Tree Hill Lodge guides local and international visitors to discover this harrowing event set in history, the Battle of Spioenkop.

Along with farm fresh fare, the lodge boasts the Diners Club Gold Award in South Africa for its wine selection. Carefully pairing exclusive boutique wineries from South Africa with their locally sourced food products, Spioenkop Wines are a great asset to their wine list!


What you can expect at Three Tree Hill Lodge

Spectacular scenery, locally grown farm-style country food,excellent wines, exquisite linen and superb hosts make our lodge the ideal environment in which to escape and unwind. This intimate luxury 16 bedded lodge is owner-managed by Simon & Cheryl Blackburn whose passion for Africa fills every corner. You are welcomed into their home, and invited to experience the warm hospitality in the family run lodge.

Anglo Boer War Battlefield Tours, horse trails, hiking, nature walks, expertly guided bush walks (tracking white rhino), Drakensberg mountain hiking, birding and mountain biking are some of the activities on offer.

Make sure you order a bottle of wine from Spioenkop Wines when staying at the lodge to compliment their excellent cuisine!






Over 100 years ago, on the evening of Tuesday 23 January 1900, 1 700 British troops deployed to South Africa prepared to attack their enemies on a hill in Natal known as Spionkop – the name ‘Spioenkop’, meaning ‘Spy Hill’ or 'Lookout Hill', was coined by the Dutch settlers for the commanding views it afforded of the slopes and valley below. During the days that followed, a bloody battle ensued... Read more

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