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.
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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.