Three Trees at Spioenkop
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, Spioenkop, lies the Eco-friendly (Green Leaf Environmental Award) Three Tree Hill lodge (aka Three Trees at Spionkop).
Spectacular scenery, locally grown farm-style country food, 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 our home, and invited to experience the warm hospitality in our family run lodge.
Anglo Boer War Battlefield Tours, horse trails, hiking, nature walks, (NEW!) Expertly guided bush walks (tracking white rhino), Drakensberg mountain hiking, birding & mountain biking are some of the activities on offer.
Spioenkop or Spion Kop?
The name Spion Kop or Spionkop (Spy [Lookout] Hill) was given to this impressive hill by the Voortrekkers in 1837 as they settled along the Tugela River Valley. This was the original Voortrekker or Boer spelling and is still the English version. Spioenkop is the modern Afrikaans spelling. So, as you wish.