Three Tree Hill Lodge overlooks the battlefield of Spioenkop. The striking aloe spectabilis and the paperbark acacia dominate the vegetation.
The lodge adjoins the Spioenkop Nature Reserve which contains white rhino, giraffe, zebra, eland, kudu, numerous smaller antelope and 270 recorded bird species.
The lodge has been constructed using mostly wood and iron so as to resemble the housing kits brought out from Britain in the nineteenth century.Steeped in history, the lodge offers battlefield tours as an activity as well as mountain biking, horse riding, birdinng & walks.
It's 3 hours from Johannesburg International airport, via the N3 towards Durban. Take exit 230 (near Ladysmith) and follow the R616 west towards Bergville for 30 minutes. Detailed directions will be provided when booking is confirmed.
Each of the six twin cottages has its own bath, shower and verandah, with magnificent views of Spioenkop - even from the bath.
Three full meals and teas offer delicious, varied and fresh farm fare. Weather permitting, these are served on the cool wide verandahs of the main lodge.
A viewing deck, swimming pool, wonderful walks and library offer you complete relaxation in this unique African setting.