Togryersvlei has been part of the West Coast since 1975. It served as a Claybrick Factory until 1986. After the factory closed down it fell into a dilapidated state due to lack of maintenance. Johan Nortier purchased the factory and grounds in 2007 and started renovations in 2008. Progress was slow but steady and the final finishing touches were done by early 2015.
Johan’s vision was to create a unique venue and Togryersvlei as it is today is the result. It has a blend of 3 different architectural styles nl: Cape Hugenots, West Coast Limestone and Winelands Farm-style.
The west side of the building sports a gable and a wide old farmstyle stoep, the south side is a gracefull sweeping wine-farm estate style with pergolas on the neatly trimmed grass. The east side of the building is the main entrance to the hall and accommodation and echoes the West Coast Limestone look.