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Four In A Bed is a British television series that falls into the genres of both reality TV and game show. It was produced by Studio Lambert, and it primarily airs on Channel 4. In this television show, four different bed and breakfasts open up their establishments to each other in order to win big, as well as prove that they run the best bed and breakfast around. Each one gets to stay in the other one's bed and breakfast. They are able to examine the other one's bed and breakfast and give their own personal opinions on what is good or bad about them.

In this show they examine many various areas of the bed and breakfast. First off, they each inspect the bathrooms and bedroom that they will be staying in, as well as spend the night in the establishment. Also, they must visit the landmarks or attractions in that area to experience the amenities that the local town offers. Plus, they have to eat a meal at a restaurant in town for their evening dinner, looking to see who has the better restaurants and the better attractions to attend.

Also, Four In A Bed contestants must also get their breakfast the following morning after their stay and fill out the feedback questionnaire that they are given. Upon leaving the establishment they are left with choosing how much they feel they should pay, based on the quality of stay they received. The better the stay, the more they pay, but the worse it is, the less they will pay. With each one running their own bed and breakfast, they are all sure to have complaints about their competition. All to try and prove that they own the best bed and breakfast around.

Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 5:00 pm et/pt on Channel 4
9 Seasons, 369 Episodes - New Series
November 22, 2011
Reality, Business
6.6/10
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  • It's the final day and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time to settle some scores. There's some disastrous breakfast and cleanliness feedback which makes for some tough decisions.

  • The final visit is to Ayuda House in Greater Manchester, run by Melinda Beckett-Hughes. The guests expect perfection, but make some shocking discoveries.

  • The third visit is to The Bubble Inn in Stenson, Derbyshire, where Connie Eleftheriou thinks he can knock out his competition, but some unsightly stains threaten to burst the Inn's bubble

  • The second visit is to The Golden Fleece in Cumbria, where Sylvia Spark and Robert Cowan aim to please with breakfast. But the plates are swimming in grease and the eggs are hard.

  • The competition kicks off at North Bridge Street B&B in Hawick, where Eileen Walsh and Emanuel Forte preside over a purple palace. Come feedback, they're fuming at one guest's comments.

  • It's the final day and the owners meet for the last time to find out what they've been paid. Tensions run high as issues of hygiene, noise and delayed breakfasts are raised.

  • The final visit is to The Fritton Arms in Norfolk, where Ben Davenport and his partner Sian Dewaal aspire to run the perfect B&B, but the fact that they allow dogs to stay comes under fire

  • The third visit is to SugarBeat Eating House in Norfolk where manager Stevie King and head chef David Lovett receive a wake-up call and Ben and Sian write a message in the dust

  • The second visit of the week is to Treberthan in Cornwall where Kathryn Langley and Trevor Burnell nearly come unstuck at breakfast and are left with some explaining to do

  • The competition starts at Bove Town House in Glastonbury, where Shannon Slater-Dent and Trevor Tredgett make their bid to win over their guests with an afternoon of group sound healing

  • It's the last day and tensions run high. Helen and Emma are quizzed about their hairy discovery, and Helen challenges Louise and Andy about the wee problem they found in the bathroom.

  • The final visit is to the Hotel Piccadilly in Bournemouth, run by dancer Terri and husband Stewart. But while the girls give it a whirl, the boys appear to have two left feet.

  • The third visit of the week is to The Albaston in Torquay, owned by avid souvenir collectors Kevin and Julie Shadbolt, who own a startling menagerie of memorabilia

  • The second visit is to dog friendly Beck Hall in Yorkshire, where hosts, newcomers Louise and Andy Macbeth, are given a grilling and one of the guests gets green around the gills

  • The competition starts at The King's Head pub, Addlethorpe, where hospitality queen Helen Coy holds court. A funfair game of Hook-a-Duck takes guests back to their childhoods.

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners meet for the last time. Tensions mount as Gordon and Sharon delve in to their noise and lack of privacy issues at The Castle Hotel.

  • The week's final visit is to The Castle Hotel in Kent where gregarious landlords Gordon and Sharon Thomson aim to charm their guests, but perfectionists Sue and Louise find fault.

  • The third visit of the week is to Melody House in Great Ryburgh, Norfolk, owned by entrepreneur Audrey Buxton; her guests take part in a sing-along, some more willingly than others

  • The second visit of the competition is to The Clifton in Tyne & Wear, where Scott & Liz's hospitality skills fail to impress everyone. And one guest has to sleep on towels.

  • The competition starts at Lilly's Pad in Lincolnshire, where Sue and Louise aim to win over their guests with their personalities, but there are mixed reactions to the themed teddy bears.

  • It's the last day of the competition and tensions are running high. Donna and David take umbrage with Jane and Keith and accusations fly around the table before the winner is announced.

  • The last visit of the week is to The Silverton in Shrewsbury where business partners Donna and David offer complimentary earplugs, but some guests are concerned about road noise

  • The third visit this week is to Hotel Montville in Redditch, Worcestershire, where host Ray Chowdhury hopes to win over his rival B&B owners with his unique style and d├ęcor

  • The second visit of the week is to The Burley Inn in The New Forest where newlyweds Darren and James host and guests Jane and Keith disagree over a toilet roll

  • The competition starts at Swallows Rest in Weymouth, Dorset, where owners Jane and Keith Smith are pulling out all the stops to win, but some of the feedback leaves Jane white as a sheet

  • It's the last day of the competition and accusations fly, tensions run high and guests walk out as the payments are finally revealed and the winner is announced

  • The final visit is to The Old Lodge Hotel in Gosport, Hampshire, where publicans Mike and Tash like to mix business with pleasure, but one guest is disappointed by the honeymoon suite

  • The third visit is to Bath Lodge Castle in Somerset where Karen and Mike Hepker run an opulent castle experience. But the guests feel short changed by the bathroom fixtures and fittings.

  • The second visit is to Wortwell Hall Barn in Norfolk where husband and wife Jenny and Clive Aylett strive for perfection. But a kitchen meltdown results in a fundamental error.

  • The competition kicks off at Wharfe House in Wetherby, where B&B newcomer Pauline Cox is the first to host in the competition. Come feedback, Pauline's left deflated by her sausage scores.

  • This week Four in a Bed becomes Four in a Camp Bed as camp site proprietors battle it out to be named best value. It's the last day and there are a few scores that need settling.

  • The fourth day of the competition is at the Foxhunter Park in Kent, where gregarious brother and sister team Jane Stacey and Russell Saunders own a luxury caravanning site

  • The third visit of the week is to 500 year old Layer Marney Tower, where posh hosts Nick and Sheila Charrington unzip their luxury canvas lodges for scrutiny

  • The second visit is to Park Farm Camping and Caravan Site in Norfolk where husband and wife team Derek and Julie Nice want their back to basics, family-friendly glamping site to win

  • This week Four in a Bed becomes Four in a Camp Bed as four sets of camp site proprietors battle it out. The first visit is to Amber's Bell Tent Camping in Norfolk.

  • It's the last day of the competition and the B&B owners tackle negative feedback about an indecent find and self-service breakfast before payments are revealed and the winner is announced

  • The third visit is to The Angel Hotel in Coleford, Gloucestershire, where managers Mark Davidson and Layla Caton are determined to deliver their best

  • The second visit of the week is to the clothes free Clover Spa and Hotel in Birmingham, where owner Tim Higgs plans to convert his rivals to the joys of naturism

  • Four proud B&B owners do battle to be named the best value for money. The competition starts at Anstey Hall, where father and son combo John and John de Bruyne aim to win over their guests.

  • It's the final day of the competition and tempers flare as payments are revealed. Ian and Tracy are determined to confront Mary over her reaction to an unexpected find in their toilet!

  • The final visit of the week is to Wydemeet in Hexworthy, Dartmoor, where owner Mary Nicholson ruffles feathers over dinner, and come feedback, has a lot of points to answer

  • The third visit of the week is to Roseheart Kingdom, B&B, retreat and therapy centre run by Jacqueline and Tim Bucknell in Shropshire, where animals are very much the VIPs

  • The second visit of the competition is to The Old Red Lion, Cambridgeshire, run by couple Tracey Andrews and Ian Holt. But tensions mount over a driving session and toilet troubles.

  • The competition starts at Bosun's Lodge on the Isle of Wight, where owners Karl Love and David Hill hope to win over their rivals, but things are far from ship shape

  • It's the final day, and hosting skills, breakfasts, facilities and toilet brushes (twice) are just some of the sources of disagreement and tension. Who will be crowned best B&B of the week?

  • The final visit of the week is East Thorne Yurts in Bude, Cornwall, run by Naomi Black and her former Rugby Pro husband, Adam. The group take part in a boys vs girls archery competition.

  • The third visit is to Llandrindod Wells, where at colourful Park House owners Ian and Joan Barr provide an afternoon's entertainment with some Shetland ponies

  • The second visit of the week is to Liverpool, where at Elegant House, owner John Brady feels his unique B&B stands out from the crowd, but his eclectic style isn't to everybody's liking

  • The first visit of the week is to The Oxenham Arms in Devon, where there's broom dancing in the afternoon, and feedback from one guest gets the hosts looking for revenge

  • The fourth visit is to Llandrindod Wells in Mid Wales, where at Liz and Brian's Great Trewern B&B the shared bathroom facilities don't impress, and the guests do a spot of glass blowing

  • The third visit is to the Fairy Falls Hotel in Trefriw, North Wales, where B&B newbies Jackie and Paul Langshaw take their guests to a maze and Jackie doesn't beat about the bush

  • The week's second visit is to the New Osborne Hotel in Blackpool, where owner Matthew Bracegirdle and entertainment manager Liam hope their guests feel at home in their family-friendly B&B

  • The competition kicks off at Who'd a Thought It in Grafty Green, Kent, where Joe Mallett and his partner Alex Rea Baldwin hope to kick off the week in style

  • It's the last day of the competition and the rivals find out who will be crowned best value B&B of the week. Scores are settled concerning cleanliness, and a morning cuppa gets a roasting.

  • It's the third day of the competition, at The Valley Hotel in Anglesey. There's an unwanted intruder in one of the bedrooms, and criticism leaves the host looking for answers.

  • The second visit of the week is to The Living Room in Bournemouth, where owner Zak hopes his guests feel at home. But some guests have an issue with an eight-legged intruder.

  • The week's first visit is to Wisteria House in Hampshire, where one guest gets picky at breakfast, and 25-year-old Zak causes surprises when he reveals his years of hospitality experience

  • The B&Bers come together for one last time, to confront their rivals and discover what they've been paid. And things get heated when it's time to count up the cash.

  • Former GMTV presenter Matt Arnold hopes to impress in Brandon, Suffolk with 'blissful bedrooms, beautiful bathrooms, brilliant breakfasts'

  • At the King's Head Inn in Rye, East Sussex, the guests get into the swing of things with a round of blindfolded mini-golf

  • The first visit of the week is in Blackpool, where there are unwanted guests in a bathroom and trouble at breakfast time

  • It's the last day of the competition and there's a tearful walkout as critics are confronted and the payments are finally revealed

  • The final visit is to The Talbot Country Inn in Ruyton XI Towns, Shropshire, where Leanne and Alan host, and a blood-stained duvet upsets one pair of guests

  • The third visit of the competition sees the group at The Bridge Farmhouse, where host Glyn has a nautical challenge planned for his guests, and the absence of TVs annoys one visitor

  • The second visit is to Thorpe House in Triangle, West Yorkshire, where Carole Kneen plans to give her guests a true Yorkshire welcome, including off-road go-karting

  • It's the last day of the competition and tensions run high as the payments are finally revealed and the winner is announced

  • The fourth visit is to Court Colman Manor in Bridgend, Wales, where hosts Sanjeev and Elinor attempt to entertain their guests with a lesson in fire making

  • The second visit is to The Royal Forester in Bewdley, where owners Sean and Maxine hope to give their guests the royal treatment, and provide a trip to a safari park as entertainment

  • The competition starts at Greenways of Malvern, Worcestershire, where owner Geri Atterbury likes to provide a home from home

  • The rival B&Bers find out who will be crowned best value B&B of the week. Emotions run high, with Sonia and Graham under attack - but who will win the competition?

  • The final visit of the week is to The Keepers Arms in Quenington, Gloucestershire where there's an argument at breakfast and Martin and Pat can't bite their tongues any longer

  • The third visit of the week is to The White Bear in Chorley, Lancashire, where there's a round of golf and tears at breakfast time

  • The second visit is to Merchant House B&B in Girvan, Scotland, where one couple's desire to win rubs some B&B'ers up the wrong way

  • The first visit of the week is to Loch Ness Glamping where the competition kicks off with some 'Highland hi-jinks'

  • With all the visits over, the B&B owners come together to confront their rivals and discover what they've been paid.

  • In Seaton, Devon, hosts Pat and Nigel pride themselves on their award-winning breakfast. At breakfast, the guest's expectations are high, and Nigel is under pressure to deliver.

  • In Exmouth, Devon Jo Knowles takes her guests paintballing and to a floating restaurant for dinner. Suspicions are aroused over breakfast though.

  • In Sunbury on Thames owner Simon Bailey and French manager Pierre Cudon offer a stylish stay with a certain je ne sais quoi. The guests follow in Henry VIII's footsteps with a game of real tennis at Hampton Court Palace. Over dinner, Jo leaves the other B&Bers speechless when she reveals the lengths she will go to for her hotel.

  • The B&B owners come together to confront their rivals and discover what they've been paid and who is to be crowned best value B&B of the week.

  • In Paignton, on the English Riviera, Mike and Denise Mitchell are the new kids on the block, having only opened the doors to their B&B a few weeks ago. Over dinner Mike tells his guests about his other career as a movie star. At breakfast, Katherine turns into a bit of a cereal killer and puts Mike through his paces by asking for something that's off menu.

  • In Coombe Martin, Devon, Katherine Armitage and Stewart Johnston offer alternative accommodation for those into yoga and spiritual enlightenment. On a local hill top, they hope that the group will send out energy for world peace and healing, but Mike and Denise question whether the whole thing is a joke.

  • In the village of Worstead, Norfolk, Dennis Gilligan runs The White Lady, which he claims has a ghostly extra guest that sometimes goes bump in the night. At a clay pigeon shoot some of the men are determined to be crowned as top gun.

  • The competition starts at The Oak in Charing, Kent, where new landlady Natalie Palmer is hoping to be crowned best value B&B of the week. While spiritually enlightened Katherine Armitage and Stewart Johnston are pleased they've got room for their yoga mats, both Dennis Gilligan and Gary Coaley and Mike and Denise Mitchell aren't blown away by their extractor fans.

  • An eventful week ends with tears and recriminations as the four sets of B&B owners find out what they've been paid and who won the week's competition

  • The final visit of the week is to Rachel and Dan's Brighton Inn, where the guests clown around as they learn some circus skills. But some of them are on the offensive...

  • Malcolm and Fiona Piers-Taylor have an alternative approach to their business at The Old Mill House B&B in Bridport, Dorset

  • Graham and Barbara Yellow pride themselves on offering basic facilities for great value at the White Swan Hotel. But will their guests be happy to pay a supplement for breakfast?

  • The first visit of this new competition is to Blackthorn Farm on Anglesey, where best friends Richard Tuke and Susan Hatch hope to impress, but there are mixed reactions at feedback time

  • It's the last day in the competition and the B&B owners meet for the final time to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores. Tempers flare as payments are revealed.

  • In Marchwood, Hampshire, landlady Maria Ettridge and bar manager Megan Seagrave plan an afternoon of woodland survival skills

  • At The Toll House in Saffron Walden, Essex, owned by Laurie and Carole Poole, there's a competitive art session and a disturbed night's sleep for some

  • The second visit of the competition is to the Old Dairy, in Bishops Barton, Somerset, run by Liz Cannon. There's some contentious Tupperware, and a close encounter with a hot teapot.

  • In Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire, Springbank Guest House owner Susan Torkington offers her guests the chance to learn cheerleading. But the blowback from a trio of stray hairs leaves her fuming.

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