Britain’s Smallest House (3/8)

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The Smallest House in Britain is located in Wales, in the wonderful market town of Conwy, famous for its castle and town walls.

The house is known as Quay House, and it was created in the 16th century and was used up until 1900 when the then tenant Robert Jones, who was a 6’ 3” fishermen, was forced to move out when the council declared the house unfit for him to live in, or in fact unfit for any human to live in.

The house is open to the public from spring until autumn, and contains information about the house inside.

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