This is, as the name suggests, a little bar. The chamber is 72 square feet (about the size of a prison cell), with a maximum lawful occupancy of around ten people. There are just about three barstools, but it’s a terrific area to hang out with a (small) group of friends, and there’s lots of interaction with interested Duval Street passers-by. This little pub is located across the street from the Smallest Bar Inn, a normal-sized hotel. If there are 10 of you, you’ll pack the place out, and only 3 of you will get a seat. It’s slap-bang on Duval, and worth a stop, though do move on after a drink to let others give it a try. The Key West Historic District, a neighborhood in Key West, is home to the Smallest Bar Inn, which is in the entertainment district and close to the beach.
The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum and Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park are notable landmarks, and South Beach and Higgs Beach showcase the area’s natural beauty. The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum and the Key West Shipwreck Museum are worthwhile stops. Many water activities are nearby, such as scuba diving, snorkeling, and parasailing. The Tiniest Bar Inn Key West, also known as the Old Customs House Inn, is a picturesque island escape with all the vacation amenities you could want.
Another advantage is the downtown position in the historic district on the island of Key West, on the major thoroughfare known as Duval Street. We are centrally located and within walking distance of everything that Old Town Key West has to offer. The Old Customs House Inn and Guesthouse should be your first pick if you’re seeking a quaint, attractive Key West Guesthouse that’s walking distance to everything! Want to stay up to speed on all of our Key West news? Another advantage is the downtown position in the historic district on the island of Key West, on the major thoroughfare known as Duval Street. We are centrally located and within walking distance of everything that Old Town Key West has to offer.