With proprietors Steffen and Eva Brummer Pind offering a pick-up service from nearby Malmö Airport, foreign travellers will be able to disrobe within minutes of landing in the country.
Hylteberga Gård, scheduled to open at the end of May, is described by the Brummer Pinds as Scandinavia’s first B&B for naturists.
“You don’t have to be a naturist to come here but you shouldn’t be shocked by seeing people walk around in the nude,” Steffen Brummer Pind told Metro.
The couple have recently renovated the farm stables, converting them into a living area with beds, a kitchen, and a sauna.
“And we have a 123,000 square metre garden to be naked in. Everyone is welcome,” said Steffen Brummer Pind.