A tiny bar built inside an old phone box has given pint-sized a whole new meaning.
The Wee Bar in Kilberry, Argyll, is only one metre wide and could be the smallest pub in the world.
It is kitted out with a tiny table and a shelf, leaving barely enough room to squeeze three punters inside.
That has not stopped the converted telephone box from becoming a favourite with tourists, who step inside to enjoy a free drink.
Sitting outside the Kilberry Inn hotel and restaurant, the Wee Bar serves up local gins to visitors who fancy a tipple.
Kilberry Inn owner David Wilson, 45, purchased the phonebooth, which was due to be decommissioned and destroyed, for £1 and then transformed it.
He has plans to register the Wee Bar as the smallest pub in the world with the Guinness World Records.
David says: "BT were going to cut if off and take it away. But they said I could buy it for just £1.
"It would have cost me £400 to £500 per year to keep a functional telephone in it so I decided to convert it.
"In one iteration it was a whisky bar and we served local whiskies. But change is good so we've now set it up as a gin bar."
He adds: "We serve Isle of Harris gin, Kintyre gin and gin from the Isle of Jura.
"Who knows what kind of pub it'll be next? I like to keep it the looking traditional."
Patrons can legally drink alcohol at the Wee Bar because the phone box falls under the licensed premises.
David said: "It's in a licensed area where we have the outdoor part of the main restaurant so visitors can legally drink inside it.
"We're in such a rural area that we don't have to worry about theft or vandalism. The gins are free because the only people who go inside are already Kilberry Inn paying customers.
"It's a wee treat for our customers. I've had a fair few drinks inside it myself but I've never got drunk inside the booth... yet."
He adds: "We've held the world's smallest concert inside it - three musicians got in and played a wee song.
"Jimmy's Balloon were the band who played. They did a local wedding before the concert in the phone booth."