Smallest House in Great Britain near Conwy Castle

Conwy Quayside
Conwy
North Wales
Tel. 01492 593484
The Smallest House in Great Britain with attendant in traditional Welsh costume

On Conwy Quay in North Wales you can find the Smallest House in Great Britain. The house measures just over 3 metres by 1.8 metres.

The house was occupied by various residents since the 16th century. The last occupant of the house was a fisherman named Robert Jones who at 6' 3" tall would have found living in the house at times difficult.

Today the Smallest House in Great Britain is a popular tourist attraction attracting thousands of visitors every year.

Visitors can pay a small entrance fee for access to the house and once inside can look around the two rooms and listen to an audio recording explaining some of its history.

During opening hours an attendant is found outside the building dressed in traditional Welsh costume which is understandably popular for photo opportunties.

Just along from the Smallest House in Great Britain you'll find many of Conwy's other attractions such as the Mussel Museum and River Tours.

Of course just a short distance from the house is Conwy's main attraction which is Conwy Castle.


Tariff

Adult: £0.75
Child:£0.50

Opening Times

The Smallest House in Great Britain is open from 1st April to 31st October between the hours of 10am and 5.30pm except for Sunday when the house is open from 11am to 4pm.