Spionkop Lodge

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R600 (On the R600 Between Ladysmith and Winterton) Winterton, Drakensberg and Surroundings 3340

Experience an unmatched getaway at Spion Kop Lodge, which is set against the backdrop of the majestic Drakensberg Mountains, on the Kwazulu-Natal battlefields route, we offer Accommodation, Battlefield Tours, Game Drives, Conferencing and more...


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Relax by the pool Situated on an expansive 700 hectare game farm, Spion Kop Lodge is the perfect base from which you are able to explore battlefields, berg, bush and birds of this region of Kwazulu Natal. The lodge offers visitors an awesome sense of space and beauty, supreme comfort and warm hospitality. The turn of the century farmhouse has been beautifully restored in Natal colonial style. The converted barn now forms the magnificent dining room that boasts spectacular views. Guests savour fine cuisine and excellent service whilst appreciating the African landscape and battlefields.


Guests are offered the choice of full board or self-catering facilities. Colonial style chalets are located in the park-like grounds, each individually furnished and appointed to offer luxury. There is also the majesty of the nearby Drakensberg mountains.


Our well equipped conference venue near the Drakensberg offers exceptional packages and team building activities to suit all guests and ensure a successful conference in South Africa. The venue can accommodate up to 40 delegates.


Relive the memories and walk in the footsteps of three great leaders, Winston Churchill, Mahatma Gandhi and Gen. Louis Botha. A story on which the sun never sets. Britain marched into the South African war in the spring of 1899, confident that it "would all be over by Christmas!" The war lasted three years and was to become the most costly Britain had ever fought. 'Generations to come will find it difficult to believe that a man such as Gandhi ever walked the face of this earth.' (Albert Einstein)

Your host, Raymond, or Alastair his son, will accompany you to the many historic sights. He paints a vivid picture of the personal trauma and military mindset that resulted in the slaughter of so many British and Boer soldiers. Tours to the various battlefields can be made on horseback or in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle. It is a story on which the sun never sets.


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