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‘People are very open, they’re more vulnerable when naked, and respectful of other people.It’s a unique atmosphere.’ Rules are few: No smoking, no swimwear, no cameras, no clothes.His own wife is less keen on joining her husband in the altogether, although she supports him on the business side of things.As for his four children - aged between 15 and 30 - they were naturists once – children take to it instinctively, says Higgs – but they now steer clear.Once a guest enters the doors of the hotel, they must leave their clothing in their rooms, but can choose to wear a towel or robe if they please.
The seven-room hotel, set in a 1920s former private residence, boasts luxury spa facilities – sauna, steam room, hot tub on the patio and a cold plunge pool (‘you go in a man and come out a boy,’ Higgs jokes), as well as oil-scented treatment rooms for naturist massages and facials.
Contradicting the stereotypical Carry On image of nudist camps, there's no naked volleyball or ping pong – no one wants things ‘bouncing around’, laughs Higgs - although he does concede to a spot of French boules.
Fun al fresco: Guests at Britain's first naturist spa hotel mingle in the garden, where they can enjoy the hot tub or a game of boules.
'Nothing too strenuous - no one wants things bouncing around,' jokes owner Tim Higgs Higgs has ensured there’s plenty to do to keep guests occupied.
‘They hate seeing photos of me naked in the Press,’ he admits.
This confession does nothing to promote naturism as a young person’s game.