The Guinness Book of World Records has verified this bright red building from the 16th century as The Smallest House in Great Britain. The humble abode with an upper loft is only six feet wide and 10.2 feet high. Its last resident at the end of the 19th century was a fisherman named Robert Jones. At 6’ 3”, he was unable to stand up inside. The woman in the period costume is your guide. Obviously, it is a quick tour but a novel one.