Measuring just 15ft by 7ft, this unique pub has been confirmed as Britain's smallest by Guinness World Records; and somehow more than 100 people and a dog managed to fit inside in the 1980s. It has certainly become a tourist attraction and there’s lots to talk about while you enjoy a drink – a mummified cat and the bar ceiling which is covered with paper money. There have been regular sightings of ghosts around the building, including a nun and a monk who apparently weren't praying! No food is available, though the pub jokes about its dining area for parties of two or fewer.
Open all year
Open all week
Open all day
Food and drink
Real ales available: IPA and Abbot Ale, guest ales