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  • We cordially invite you to visit The Smallest House in Great Britain - situated on Conwy's quayside it's a firm favourite with locals and tourists alike. Be sure to visit the smallest house whilst you're in town.

    The smallest house is a real piece of Conwy's history and a great talking point. Many visitors come back time and again with fond memories of earlier visits.

The Smallest House in Great Britain (as recognised by the Guiness Book of Records)

The Smallest House in Great Britain can be found nestled amongst a terrace of houses on Conwy's quayside. You really can't miss the smallest house and you'd be crazy not to pop in for a look on your way past. This national treasure has been recently refurbished and is well worth a few minutes of your time. Our visitors are impressed by the very special atmosphere of the house inside - visitors also enjoy a short history of the property.


The Smallest House in Great Britain is just 72 inches wide by 122 inches high. It was occupied right up until May 1900, and ever since it has been visited and marvelled at by thousands of people from around the world. The last person to live in the house was a local fisherman called Robert Jones (who also happened to be 6 foot 3) - before Mr Jones an elderly couple lived there. The house may be small but it's extremely practical - there's just enough room for a single bed, a fireplace and a coal bunker.


Admission to The Smallest House in Great Britain is 50p for children and £1 for adults. The house is open from 10AM until 4PM in the spring and autumn. During the summer months the house is open to the public from 10AM until late - longer opening hours can be agreed upon by prior arrangement for parties and school trips. In order to book your visit to The Smallest House in Great Britain, please contact us using the telephone number at the top of this page - we'll be glad to help you.