Guests must follow 'naturist etiquette' or face being kicked out. The AirBnB advert for the property says: "We have a lovely 4 bed period house in the heart of Dublin 8, where you can kick off your shoes and the rest of your clothing if you so wish. He added that guests are typically couples aged over 30 from Europe who enjoy taking their clothes off after a of sightseeing in Dublin. You can like our main Facebook page here. Our Instagram account can be found here.
Naturist B&B opens in Dublin months after Ireland gets first nude-friendly beach - Dublin Live
The move comes just a few months after it was announced that Ireland was getting its first official nudist-friendly beach over at Hawk Cliff in Dalkey, County Dublin. The tabloid describes Pine Tree House as "a period residence in the heart of Dublin 8 offering an oasis of tranquillity, where you can kick off your shoes". Run using the standard Airbnb model that ensures minimal contact between hosts and guests, the four-bed Victorian property operates on a "clothing optional" policy that means its open to guests both nude and fully dressed. Guests must carry a towel with them at all times to use as a seating cover or rug while eye contact must be maintained at all times when conversing with other naked visitors. While sexual activity and intentional arousal is prohibited and is illegal in a public setting, standard displays of affection are accepted. Under Irish law, public nudity can be deemed offensive if "someone is intending to cause fear, distress or alarm, or engages in sexual activity. Councillor John Bailey previously expressed anger at the plans for a nudist beach in Ireland, telling the Irish Sun politicians were kept in the dark about the decision which he "totally opposed.
Naturist B&B opens in Dublin months after Ireland gets first nude-friendly beach
By niallharbison. It may be an unofficial one, but it's somewhere that people congregate and enjoy the sun in the nip. This fine beach is near the village of Donabate in north Co. Dublin, off the main Dublin-Belfast M1 motorway.
Owners Lena and Mark have opened up their home to guests in light of Hawk Cliffs in Dalkey becoming officially nude-friendly. Posting on AirBnB, the pair advertise a "a more relaxed environment to that of any hotel or small apartment". Guests have been warned however, that they must adhere to the house rules which bans lingerie, and requires guests to always carry a towel. Are you expecting and having a hard time deciding what name to give your child?