Three Tree Hill (formerly known as Three Trees at Spioenkop) are celebrating their 10th anniversary this year, and to mark the occasion, the Blackburn family have re-aligned the brand to reflect their steadfast philosophy of sustainable tourism with old-fashioned authentic luxury, family values, and personalised service.
“The new ‘three tree hill’ logo is inspired by the rich life and scratchy handwriting of one of Africa’s greatest and most renowned story-tellers to have ever lived – Sir Laurens van der Post,” says Cheryl Blackburn. “Handwriting, together with the essence of what we do at Three Tree Hill – history.nature.culture. – makes up our new logo. A celebration of a life well lived, and the ancient, most valuable art of all – storytelling”.
“We are also excited to announce the launch of our brand new two-bedroomed Kiplings Family Cottage. We want to enable larger families (like our own) to all be under one child-friendly roof in comfort & style,” Blackburn concludes.
South African handcrafted fabrics and art fill Kiplings Family cottage, along with original circa 1900 newspaper cuttings and a number of custom-designed original artworks from the area adorning the walls. The children’s bedroom has an en-suite wheelchair-friendly bathroom. In addition, the kitchenette, basin, light switches and door handles have been modified to comfortably facilitate a wheelchair-bound person.
For more information visit www.threetreehill.co.za