Some people just don't want to be happy and that's a hill I will die on.
Despite the self-explanatory name, visitors have genuinely complained that Britain's smallest house is just too small.
Okay, what were they expecting?
The tiny red house is just 72 inches wide and 122 inches high and had been occupied up until 1900.
It didn't exactly offer the most comfortable living situation - especially not for 6'3" fisherman Robert Jones who once resided there - with just a single bed, a fireplace, and a coal bunker inside.
Since the attraction doesn't really need more than a flying visit, tickets cost just £1.50, or £1 for those under 16.
But be warned; this house is small.
You'd think that it would go without saying, but some tourists were very unpleasantly surprised when they turned up to The Smallest House in Great Britain and were met with The Smallest House in Great Britain.
A quick skim through the attraction's Trip Advisor reviews show a host of negative reviews complaining that the house is actually 'too small' - which is apparently not what they were expecting.
"I guess being so small there is nothing much to look at," complained one guest.
"Sooooooooooo boring," commented another. "You pay to get in and then come straight out again it's that small."
A third tourist moaned that, when she and her 'very tall' husband stopped by, they were told that the house was 'too small for him to get in'.
Yep, 'very tall' people will struggle to fit inside The Smallest House in Great Britain. Because it is, you guessed it, The Smallest House in Great Britain.
All of these points are very important to consider before you make the journey to the house, which opens again on 25 March.
If you don't like cramped spaces, quick visits, or small houses, maybe consider something else during your visit to Conwy. Instead, head out to the beach or visit Conwy Castle and stretch your legs as long as you like.
Try out one of their stunning cycling routes - but don't be surprised when people zoom past you on bikes.
Check out the Welsh Mountain Zoo - please don't be alarmed when you see wild animals.
Or visit the stunning Conwy Falls - be warned, water is wet.
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