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Smallest House in Britain, Conwy
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Visit the 3.05 m by 1.8 m (10 ft by 6 ft) Smallest House in Britain, the former home of Robert Jones. Jones was a fisherman, and he stood, ironically, over six feet tall. He left the house in 1900 because the government deemed it unsuitable to live in. Mind your head as you explore the tiny interior and poke your head up to see the second floor, only large enough for a bed and a small nightstand. Chat with the lady outside dressed in traditional Welsh garb. Add Smallest House in Britain and other attractions to your Conwy trip itinerary using our Conwy trip builder.
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First went to this house whrn I was 6 in the early 1960's and it looked small to me then. Whilst visiting Conwy decided to pay the £1 to go in again. It still looks very small, I cant believe someone ... read more »
Set in a really lovely place and it is small but not much more to say.You can go inside but very expensive
This is a great attraction. This is a great attraction for people in area. The price is reasonable. Well worth a visit.
Quaint house right on the quay worth a quick look inside (that's all you get, and all you need) It is small, granted, but I've seen smaller flats in London that rent out for stupid sums of money a month, this would cost about £3000pcm if it was in knightsbridge.
Cute little red house. Not sure if really is Britain's smallest house... That's quite a claim. But I guess it could be!
Worth a little look and very close to the town shops and Castle. Free to take a photo and only 50p for a look inside
Worth a visit but queue can be long at peak times..... not a lot of room in there you see......
Love this....great for photos and taking visitors to see...
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