Sunday Times



The Eh’häusl in Am­berg, Ger­many, is the small­est ho­tel in the world. Just 2.5m wide, it was built in 1728 in a tiny gap be­tween two ex­ist­ing houses. The story goes that the ho­tel started out as a “mar­riage house“— a prop­erty that cou­ples who wished to marry could buy in order to meet Bavar­ian mar­riage reg­u­la­tions, ac­cord­ing to uniqho­ More re­cently re­dec­o­rated in pe­riod style — ex­cept for the flatscreen TV — the ho­tel has one bed­room, a bath­room in the at­tic, pic­tured, and a tiny liv­ing room. Rates from à240/night. So, not cheap, but cer­tainly unique. ehe­

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