Clontarf Is Getting An Outdoor Seawater Swimming Pool

Clontarf Is Getting An Outdoor Seawater Swimming Pool
Hannah O'Connell
Hannah O'Connell

26 Jul 2017

The Clontarf Seawater Baths are set to reopen in six weeks following a €2 million refurbishment project.

The new build will include an open-air swimming pool cut into the sea, a restaurant and a bar with a seven-day license. 

The Circuit Licensing Court in Dublin has heard that the revamped baths will open mid-September at the latest.

David Cullen, who co-owns the property, told the court that the baths will run on filtered seawater which can be heated by a water-heating facility or remain at it's natural temperature.

The Clontarf Seawater Baths originally opened in 1890s.

 

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