- Battlefield Tours
Interesting and informative tours of the Anglo-Boer battlefields by qualified guides.
- Country Style Living
Delightful accommodation here, comfortable and not at all over the top.
- Innovative Cuisine
Three Tree Hill offers some of the very best food we have sampled in this region.
- So Much To Do, So Little Time
There are a wide range of activities on offer here from drives to walks on the reserve to fully guided battlefield tours.
Three Tree Hill Lodge occupies a beautiful natural space that overlooks the infamous battlefields of Spioenkop with the Drakensberg Mountains at its backdrop in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Interestingly, the lodge was opened to coincide with the centenary of the Anglo-Boer War and is on former British military headquarters. This has set the theme for this four star luxury lodge and it has been constructed with the use of wood and iron. There are 6 well-appointed cottages that are elegantly furnished with a private wooden deck. A spacious family suite is also a great options that comes with its own kitchen, private veranda and play area and sand pit for the kids.
- Swimming Pool
- Laundry Service
- Room Service
- Conference Centre
- Mobile Connectivity
Three Tree Hills Lodge is located in the heart of Kwazulu Natal’s Drakensberg Mountain region overlooking the Spioenkop Game Reserve.
Facilities include a swimming pool, a main dining and sitting room with a spacious veranda and game viewing deck. The flagship tours are the Battles of Spioenkop and Colenso together with Churchill’s Capture at Chieveley. Other activities include walking and horse riding as well as game drives on the reserve.
The bedrooms are equipped with all the modern conveniences with heated towel rails and 100% cotton percale linen adding to you comfort. Each room has its own deck, which offers unimpeded views. Each of the six cottages has its own shower and bath from where one can soak up the atmosphere of Spioenkop whilst gazing out over the valley.
Three Tree Hill Lodge specialises in the history of the 2nd Anglo-Boer War from (1899 – 1902) with the Battle of Spioenkop being the focal point. One cannot however hope to understand this watershed event without studying what caused one of the smallest countries in the world to declare war on the world’s greatest empire of the time. The guides, led by Christi Vogel, bring this dramatic period of history to life.