Salon de Thé (The Smallest House in Amsterdam), Amsterdam

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The Smallest House of Amsterdam is built in 1738 and is only 2.02 meter (6 ft., 7.5 in.) wide, 5 meters (16 ft. 4.0 in.) deep and approximately 8 meters (26 ft. 2.5 in.) high.

With its typical Amsterdam bell-gable, this building is a miniture version of the majestic canal side houses Amsterdam is so famous for.
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  • We were on a trip to Amsterdam and were looking for a nice place to have a coffee when we came across The smallest house. After a bit we went in to see and was so lucky that we got serving, even without and have booked in advance. The host was very friendly and told a few stories about the House and its former owners. We sat with the feeling of being on the home visit with a good friend. A wonderful experience-and certainly one place to recommend for anyone visiting Amsterdam.
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  • Super cute little tea house! The tea has a great quality and you can try all sorts in a cosy atmosphere and a piece of homemade cake on the second floor. Where the holder is mind you at least as cute and adorable as his Buttercake ;-) Also, if you are interested in the history of the House, you can listen or ask for secret tips for trips. We are looking forward to your next visit!
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  • I have lived here for a couple of years and only recently was introduced to Het Kleinst Huis. It is the smallest house in Amsterdam and apparently the most photographed. But it is an adorable tea room...  more »
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  • You can't really tell from the outside but it's actually the coolest tea shop ever. Downstairs you have a great selection of teas. The owner is the nicest, chillest guy ever, which is saying something in a country of nice people. There's a tiny tea room upstairs that you can have coffee/tea and homemade pastries. We got 3 amazing typical Danish pastries coffee and tea for 13 euros. He also gave us a mini lecture on the history of the small house with really old photos from centuries ago. I highly highly recommend that you stop by here for a cup of tea if you're in Amsterdam.

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