Four In A Bed

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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
12 Seasons, 630 Episodes
June 27, 2011
Reality
6.8/10
Cast: Mike Adams
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Episodes

Four In A Bed Full Episode Guide

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores

  • The final visit is to Greylands Guest House, in Powys, Wales, where Lynda Fry and Larnie Carter have set high standards for themselves. But on arrival all the B&B'ers are underwhelmed.

  • For the third visit of the week, the B&B'ers head to Pembrokeshire, Wales, and 32 Townhouse, where Dominic Swingler and his mum Eileen hope their style and decor wows their guests

  • The second visit is to Gretna Green, Scotland, where Kieran and fiancee Paula of The Hazeldene are proud of the marital importance of their hotel, but suspect game playing by their guests

  • The competition kicks off at Blackburn Villa in Ayr, Scotland, where Karen runs a home from home B&B helped by daughter Jade. But Dominic and Eileen are bemused by the shared bathroom.

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time. There are accusations and awkward moments as the payments are revealed and the winner is announced.

  • The fourth and final visit is to The Buckle Seaford, in East Sussex, where B&B newbies Julie and Jason Martin have set sail for seaside luxe. Can they chart a course for victory?

  • The third visit is to The Chocolate Box in Bournemouth, where hosts Leoni Wilton and Tish Broughton want to swathe their guests in the sweet stuff

  • The second visit is to Elmfield B&B in Devon, where retired politician Martin Perry and housekeeper Tracey Barrett pride themselves on keeping things traditional

  • The competition kicks off in Truro, Cornwall, at Causilgey Manor, where former art dealers Robin and Brenda Spence want to treat their guests to a stay in the Cornish countryside.

  • It's the final day and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time. Amid recriminations, accusations, and flaring tempers, the payments are revealed and the winner announced.

  • The final visit is to Four Saints Brig Y Don in Llandudno, where Egyptian-born owner Shoukry - with best friend Waguih believes his 'international standard' hotel will scoop him the prize

  • For the third visit of the week the B&B'ers head to Peel Hey on the Wirral, where boss Helen Holmes and assistant Suzanne hope their seven decades of experience will give them the edge

  • The second visit is to The Cleasewood Guest House in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, a labour of love for rookie B&B owners Debbie and Arthur Callaghan. But are towels hiding some dirty secrets?

  • The competition kicks off in north Norfolk at The Hero, run by best mates Harry and Rowan, who both quit university to follow their dream of becoming hospitality entrepreneurs

  • It's payment day and the chance for the group to get some answers for the feedback they left across the visits. With scores settled and payments revealed, there can be only one winner.

  • The fourth and final visit is to Chapter Two Accommodation in Malton, where Katharine and Rory offer proper Yorkshire hospitality and a belly-busting offering at breakfast

  • The third visit of the week is to the lavish Hotel Sheraton in Blackpool, run by mum and son Liz and Ollie Brown, and where Rory discovers his own personal illuminations in the bathroom

  • The second visit is to Greenview Guesthouse in Cumbria, owned by Tanya Briggs, with help from best friend Vicky Hope. There's some fishy business and one guest goes green at the gills.

  • The first visit of the week is to The Waverley Hotel in Callander, Scotland owned by husband and wife Gordon and Jan Halladay, who are are shocked and surprised at some of the scores

  • It's the final day of the competition and B&B owners are meeting for the last time. There's tension, tears and tantrums as the payments are revealed and the winner is finally announced.

  • The last visit is to The Farmer's Arms, Taunton, where Alan and Alison hope their palatial rooms will win them the competition, but Michele and Cheryl are unimpressed by the cleanliness

  • At Beach Lodge Hotel in Mablethorpe, hosts Michele and Cheryl aim to offer the perfect beachside break. The rooms seem to hit the spot at first, but then there's a hair-raising incident.

  • The second visit is to Ye Old Crown in Edenbridge, where chef and owner Aaron Webster aims to deliver a three star service for a two star price, but Victoria is looking for payback

  • In Norfolk at The Old Ram Coaching Inn, five-star trained Victoria MacDonald welcomes the guests. But there's a dusty towel rail and suspicious brown smudge in the toilet.

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time. There are recriminations and accusations as the payments are revealed and the winner is announced.

  • The final visit of the competition this week is to The Abbey Hotel in Battle, East Sussex, run by confident young colleagues Charlie Thompson and Lauren Tucker

  • The B&Bers head to Scalford Hall Hotel in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire where Colin Warburg, along with student son Ben, hope their 81 room country pile will wow their rivals

  • The second visit is to The Swan Hotel in Telford owned by Chris Witton and his spiritual friend Rammy. They are hoping straightforward value for money will win them the competition.

  • The competition kicks off in Helmsley North Yorkshire at Laskill Country House, where straight-talking farmer's daughter Mandy Sowray and friend Anny Harrison run a tight ship

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time to find out what they've been paid. After the tit-for-tat tirade, the winning B&B is announced.

  • The final visit is to The Parsonage Hotel and Spa in York, where Mark Toole and Natalie Allcock look to wow their guests with their country manor, complete with pub, spa and restaurant.

  • The group heads to Sleeperdorm Backpacker Hotel in Newcastle, where Ian Nicholls hopes they'll leave their designer gear at the door and bunk up in his cheap and cheerful dorms

  • The second visit is to The Guest House Worsthorne in Lancashire, where partners Dave and Sanchia aim to win over their guests with their 300-year-old cottage turned guesthouse

  • The competition begins at Oaklea Barns Guest House in Merseyside, where Mandi Magee and partner Paul Green think their impeccable standards will wow their rivals

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners meet for the last time. There are tears, name calling and bitter rebukes as payments are revealed and the winner announced.

  • The final visit of the week is to the Mehfil Hotel in Southall, London, where spiritual host Arun and his sister Rashmi hope to bring some Indian hospitality to the competition

  • On day three, Steve and Verity hope the luxury touches will win over their guests at The Cranberries Hideaway in Devon. But Debbie and Isobel are still upset about their feedback...

  • The second visit is to rock and roll venue The Vic Bikers pub in Leicestershire where siblings John and Joy take a more laid back approach to running the business

  • The week kicks off at Church Street Cobbles in Macclesfield, where foodie Debbie Quinn and housekeeper, cook and cleaner Isobel Reisen recently opened a B&B above a barber shop

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time. There are tears, name calling and bitter rebukes as payments are revealed and the winner announced.

  • The final visit is to Oak Tree Lane Yurt Site in Bratton Clovelly, Devon, where owner Phil Gilbert is taking things back to basics. On arrival, the guests are wowed by the Mongolian yurts.

  • For the third visit the group head to Sands Resort Hotel and Spa in Newquay, where father and son team Nicholas and Tom Malcolm pride themselves on the vast facilities they have on offer

  • The second visit is to Darwin Lake Holiday Village in Matlock - managed by best friends Sally McAnulty and Teresa Shirley - who take pride on their exclusive village feel

  • The competition starts in Huddersfield where John Whitworth hopes the unique style of The Edge Accommodation has enough personality to win over his guests

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time. There are tantrums and bitter rebukes before the winner is finally announced.

  • The final visit is to Springfield House in Instow, Devon, where Lucinda Renshaw who is joined in the competition by friend Diane Passmore, transformed this home in to a B&B eight years ago

  • For the third visit this week the group head to Cledan Valley in Mid Wales, where husband and wife duo Russ and Karen Colman hope their glamping site will win over their rivals

  • The second visit is to The Cardinal's Hat in Worcester where owner Nigel Smith, who has more than 30 years of experience in hospitality, likes the finer things in life

  • The competition starts in Torquay and owners Mark and Jo Warden hope their four star establishment, The Cimon, has what it takes to win

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time. There are recriminations and accusations as payments are revealed and the winner is announced.

  • The fourth and final visit is to Bleak House in Broadstairs, where sisters Nina and Nicola Hilton have 'Great Expectations' of success and the guests are blown away by a Dickens discovery

  • Third to host this week is manager James Hall and owner's son Adam Neale of The Black Swan in Horsham St Faith, a luxury roomed establishment with onsite restaurant and pub

  • The second visit is to Marlow Lodge in Blackpool, where owner Deano Whiting prides himself on delivering the fun factor. But the guests are unimpressed with the budget facilities.

  • Kicking off the competition in Anglesey are newbie owners Neil and Lavinia Walker who run Castellor B&B, where it's all about going the extra mile. But the in-room extras fail to impress.

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners meet for the last time. There are harsh truths, heated debates and downright disagreements before the winner is announced.

  • The final visit of the week is to the Shirley B&B in Bournemouth, where Jorge Mesquita hopes to impress his guests with his all-round cleanliness and the power of his showers

  • The third visit is to the Guesthouse East in Eastbourne, where childhood sweethearts Tony and Lisa hope their guests will fall head over heels for their family friendly B&B

  • The second visit sees Sam and Henry confident that their five-star rooms above a quintessential English country pub, The Bear and Swan, in Chew Magna, Somerset, will impress their guests

  • The competition starts at the Hillcroft in Torquay, where husband and wife team Martyn and Elaine Flint hope their lovingly decorated adults-only B&B will prove a hit with their guests

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time to settle some scores. There's anger but also tears of joy when the winner is revealed.

  • The final visit is to Robin and Liza's Georgian mansion Tall John's House in the Brecon Beacons. At dinner the guests gush over their new friendships but Vicky doesn't share their feelings.

  • The third visit is to Vicky's small terraced house, aptly named The Terrace, in Oxford. On inspection, two pairs of guests discover an array of filthy finds, including a pre-sucked sweet.

  • The second visit is to New Promenade Hotel in Blackpool, owned by Raouf, who is joined by friend Chrissie. There's a teetering toilet seat and Clarkey and Katie find muck on the taps.

  • The competition starts in Harrogate, where management team 'Clarkey' and Katie help run the White Hart Hotel. The guests meet some llamas and the extra charge for fancy coffee causes a stir.

  • It's the final day of the competition and the owners are meeting for the last time to settle some scores. After bitter rebukes and tears the payments are revealed and the winner announced.

  • The final visit is to Delamere Farm in Northborough, where owner Agi Chapman, who is joined by Jayne Thorpe Godman, prides herself on providing a luxurious sleep to all her visitors

  • For the third visit the group head to The Black Swan Inn in Pickering, Yorkshire, where Phil and Jill have spent large sums to bring their 18th-century inn up to their exacting standards

  • The second visit is to Barnfield B&B in St Osyth, Essex, run by Christine and her toy boy husband Paul Harman. Here, as well as offering rooms, Christine also runs spiritual retreats.

  • This competition starts in Maldon, Essex, at The White Horse Inn, where hospitality expert Jayne and her husband Pete Kocinoga hope their attention to detail will win over their guests

  • It's the final day of the competition and the owners are meeting for the last time. There are tears, recriminations and accusations as the payments are revealed and the winner announced.

  • The final visit is to the 600-year-old Rhydspence Inn in Herefordshire, owned by Mark and Lowrie Price. All guests are charmed by the medieval inn, but there's still underlying tension.

  • For the third visit of the week, the B&B'ers head to the Torcroft Boutique B&B in Torquay, Devon, where Europhiles Phil and Sharon Hobson hope their added extras will win over their rivals

  • The second visit is to the pet-friendly Dog in a Doublet pub and restaurant in Peterborough, where Della McGinn's passion for animals comes a close second to husband John's passion for food

  • This competition kicks off in Malvern, Worcestershire where retired pro-rugby player Steve Lloyd and partner Kathy Leather open their Copper Beech House to fellow B&B owners

  • It's the final day in the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time. Accusations fly and there's tension in the air as payments are revealed and the winner announced.

  • The last visit of the week is to Townhead Hotel in Lockerbie, owned by Stephen Montgomery and partner Jan. On arrival the high level of finish in the rooms is a surprise for all the guests.

  • The third visit of the week is to Schiehallion Hotel in Aberfeldy, run by Julie Dunbar and James Graham. Some guests are impressed but luxury lovers Andy and Jeronime are left wanting more.

  • The second hosts of the week are mother and son team Trish and Connor Richardson from the Red Lion Coaching Inn near Gainsborough

  • The series returns, and the first visit of the week is to Rooms 36 in The Lake District, owned by health conscious Andy Peters, is joined by friend and fellow B&B owner, Jeronime Palmer

  • It's the final day and the B&B owners meet for the last time to find out what they've been paid and settle some scores. Tough words are spoken before the winner is announced.

  • The final visit is to the historic The Tushielaw Inn in Selkirk, Scotland, opened by Rab and Gail Forbes six months ago. Gail and Rab try to build bridges, but things take a downward turn.

  • For the third visit the group head to Langside Bed and Breakfast in Fenwick, Scotland, where high rolling, super clean hosts Debbie and Jim hope their business will wow the crowd

  • The second visit is to The Forest Country House in Powys, Wales, where owner Paul Martin, joined by best friend and neighbour, Jayne Kirk, hopes his luxury B&B will impress his guests

  • The competition starts in Hampshire, at The Poacher Inn, where manager Nadia Schicci hopes her Italian directness and business approach will win the day. But she feels the burn at feedback.

  • It's the final day in the competition and B&B owners are meeting for the last time to settle some scores. There's tension in the air and tough words exchanged before the winner is revealed.

  • At Ivanhoe Guest House, Bridlington, Mick and Gill Jennings think their simple approach will win the day. But at breakfast some serious allegations are made about the food.

  • The third stop is The Fox Inn in Guisborough where young hosts Michael Crane and Jai Bennison are determined to impress their guests with their straightforward northern B&B

  • The second visit is to the Kilpeck Inn in Herefordshire where head chef Ross Williams and front of house manager Kath Capel consider no detail too small. But is one guest out for revenge?

  • In Stratford upon Avon at The Water's Edge Guest House, owner Julie Allison and friend Gerry Crabtree hope their luxurious approach and themed rooms will win the day

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time to find out what they've been paid and settle some scores

  • The final visit is to The Derby Manor Hotel and Restaurant run by mother and son team Fiona and James Milligan who opened their doors eight months ago after a million pound refurbishment

  • For the third visit, the group head to yurt glamp-site Forest Garden Shovelstrode in East Sussex, where hosts Charles and Lisa Hooper hope the B&Bers buy into their woodland retreat

  • The second visit is to Biggin Hall Hotel in Derbyshire, where owner James Moffat and partner Annie Larner hope the B&Bers will fall for the rural charm of their 17th-century farmhouse

  • The competition starts at The Shoes, Durham, where landlord Billy Gowland and partner Debbie Nelson hope their footwear-themed pub B&B is the right fit for their guests

  • On the last day of the competition the B&B owners meet for the last time. There's fighting talk and low blows as the payments are revealed before the winner is announced.

  • The final visit is to Massimo's in Seaham, County Durham, where Italian chef, Massimo Perrulli, is joined by his cousin Raf on front of house. Emotions run riot as things come to a head.

  • For the third visit this week the group head to The George and Abbotsford in Melrose, Scotland where host Andrea Gardner and front of house manager John Marr pull out all the stops

  • The second visit of the week is to Copperfields Guest House in Broadstairs, Kent, where owners Neale and Julie Taylor hope their exclusively vegetarian B&B will stand out from the crowd.

  • The competition starts at Chimneys B&B in Holbrook, Suffolk, where owner Carolyn Spilling, joined by friend Delia Duell, hopes her up-tempo personality will be a hit with the guests

  • It's the final day in the competition and the owners meet for the last time to find out what they've been paid. There's harsh criticism, accusations of play-acting, and even tears.

  • The week's last visit is to The Barn at Dale End House near Matlock in the Peak District, owned by Sarah Summers. Sarah is dreading Robert's arrival, but all the guests are bowled over.

  • At the Fleur de Lis in Sandwich in Kent, hosts Jan and Les Fisher are convinced that their traditional place will impress their guests. But Robert is bent on revenge.

  • The second visit is to Number 16, in Greenwich, London, owned by actor and antiques dealer, Robert Gray, who charms with his hosting but Jan and Les find the dusty decor off-putting

  • This week's competition starts at the Brighton Surf Hotel, where Jeremy Mann and his Russian wife Elena hope their hands-off hosting style will win the day, despite the lack of breakfast.

  • The B&B owners meet for the last time to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores. There are tears, tantrums and bitter rebukes as the payments are revealed...

  • At 600-year-old Ware Hall in Norfolk, Christine Adams is joined by partner Terry Kane. The guests each react differently to the cobwebs and clutter, but it's fastidious Adam who's won over.

  • At Ardingly Inn in West Sussex, straight-talking husband and wife duo Steve and Karen Marvel hope their family country pub will win over their rivals, but their feedback leaves them fuming

  • The second visit is to B&B Halebarns House in Manchester, where owner Adam Saleem plans to wow his guests with a mix of healthy living and high-tech facilities. But are his prices too high?

  • The competition starts at Hotel Commodore in Wales, where chef Rohan Murdock and his wife Andrea hope their experience on cruise ships and love of luxury will win the day.

  • It's the final day in the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time. The atmosphere turns bad as accusations of unfair scoring and revenge feedback start to fly.

  • The fourth visit is The Compton Swan in Newbury, owned by Geoff Jones and Joan McGowan. Expectations are high after Joan reveals she was named Ireland's Business Woman of the Year.

  • The third visit is in Tiverton in Devon and The Angel Guest House where owners Chris and Sue Holliday have created a homespun experience, but will they prove too competitive for the guests?

  • The second visit is to The Royal Oak pub at Marlborough in Devon, run by Tim Heap with help from his barman Mikey Martindale. Following some unwanted extras at breakfast, feedback is tough.

  • The first visit of the week is to Falmouth in Cornwall, where Gaye Woods, owner of Meudon Hotel, hopes her family-run hotel will win the day, but are her room rates too high?

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time. Tensions are high and home truths spoken before the payments are revealed and the winner announced.

  • The final visit is to Troy House in Painswick, where Alan and Denise Newman hope the guests will fall in love with their rooms. But tensions are revealed and the battle lines are drawn.

  • The third visit of the week is to Rock House Hotel in Lynmouth, Devon, where owner Emilio Tundidor is assisted by his identical twin Fernando. But Sarah and Steffi make a hairy discovery.

  • The second visit is to The Beaumont Hotel in Louth, near Lincoln, where managers and best friends Steffi Stevenson and Sarah Banks pride themselves on being the 'queens of clean'

  • The competition kicks off at Hope Mountain in North Wales, where Rob and Jo Smith hope their dog-friendly B&B will win the day. But tough scores at feedback leave them ready to fight back.

  • It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners meet for the last time. The atmosphere turns sour and some tough words are spoken before the winner is announced.

  • The final visit is to The Solar Strand Hotel in Crosskeys, Wales, where former IT consultant Gary Pesticcio and his daughter Naomi hope their high-tech B&B will power them to victory

  • The third visit is to Great Glen in Leicestershire and The Pug and Greyhound, where Nicola Ellershaw and her colleague Mackenzie Griffey hope their super-stylish accommodation will dazzle

  • The second visit is to The Parkwood Hotel in Stockton on Tees, where newlywed managers Jon and Chelli Bean are all about making things perfect for pooches. But is gameplay afoot?

  • This week's competition starts in Betws-y-coed, North Wales, where at Llwyn Onn Guest House, bikers Wayne and Tracy Dunn hope their no-nonsense attitude will win the competition

  • The B&B owners gather for the last time to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores. What will Kevin have to say about his graffiti?

  • Last to host are Stacey Walsham and Gemma Dyche from The Gate Hangs High in Hook Norton, Oxfordshire, where they hope their dog-friendly accommodation will go down a treat

  • The third visit is to The Riverside House Hotel in Mildenhall. Ged and Suzanne take their guests on a team-building exercise, on which Stacey and Gemma's competitive streak is revealed.

  • The second visit is to Duxford Lodge in Cambridgeshire, run by ex-phone salesman Kevin Patel. Problems at breakfast time lead to some stiff criticism in the feedback.

  • The first visit of the week is to Stockton Mill B&B in Shropshire, where Stephen and Caroline Cox hope to provide a home from home. At breakfast, guest Kevin reveals his devious streak.

  • The competitors meet for the final time to find out who's won. Bones of contention include a missing biscuit, marks on a toilet seat and why one guest refused to stay the night...

  • The final visit is to The R Inn in Desborough. Relationships within the group break down to such an extent that one of them refuses to stay overnight.

  • The competition continues at Ann's Farmhouse in Thornton, Yorkshire. Tensions among the group are never far from the surface, and come to a head during an egg and spoon race.

  • The second visit of the week is to The Redstone in Blackpool. The mood quickly turns sour during an afternoon of cake decorating, and one of the guests doesn't turn up for breakfast.

  • The competition kicks off at The Admiral Hotel in central London, where prices are high and a dinner conversation leads to accusations of sexism

  • The B&B owners meet to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores after being offended by some of the feedback they've received

  • The final visit of the contest is to The New Court Hotel in Usk, where Clare and Fran host. There are peppery eggs, missing mushrooms, and accusations of tactical feedback.

  • The third visit of the week is to The Crown at Whitchurch in Herefordshire, where hosts Tom and Samara take their guests on an assault course which stirs up their competitiveness.

  • The second visit is to Seashells B&B in Sutton-on-Sea, where owners Michelle and Rob Earp hope their simple B&B with an animal twist will win the day. But their feedback leaves them angry.

  • The first visit is to the Bridge Hotel in Scunthorpe with new owners Martin and Hannah Weaver. There are cleanliness issues, a pet pig and some harsh scoring.

  • On the last day of the competition, tensions mount and grievances are aired before the winner is finally revealed. Can Stephen from The Pheasant explain his motives?

  • The last visit is to The Pheasant in Brill, where fur flies as host and chef Stephen Orr reveals he hasn't been entirely honest, and is left questioning if everyone has played fair

  • The guests are challenged when they visit The Big Green Bus in Lewes, where they spend the night on a converted double decker, and simmering tensions leave a nasty taste at breakfast

  • The second visit is to Langmead Guest House in Ramsgate, where owners Derek and Lynne Love are all about keeping it simple. But Charlotte and Lucy are horrified to find moths in the bed.

  • The first visit is to Acqua Beach in Weymouth, where Charlotte and Lucy hope their designer decor will impress

  • It's the last day of the competition and there's tension in the air. After some surprising payments, axes to grind, and plenty of friction, the winner is announced.

  • The last visit of the week is to Tarr Farr Inn on Exmoor, where hosts Hilary Lester and Stacey Wade have to deal with tensions among their guests, one of whom is on the warpath

  • The second visit is to the Islington Mill B&B in Salford, where hosts Joe Spencer and Louise Woodcock have a shock in store. And the menu-less vegan breakfast doesn't please all the guests.

  • Kicking off proceedings is The Cholmeley Arms in Lincolnshire, where John and Lesley Berry hope their country pub with rooms will impress, but come feedback, they are left wanting answers

  • It's the payment day and accusations fly. There are storm outs, arguments and tension before the payments are revealed and the winner announced.

  • The guests head to Grimscote Manor Hotel in Birmingham, Gill Etheridge and Steve Cuddy, who aim for elegant sophistication but have to deal with tensions in a fracturing group

  • The guests head to The Falcon Hotel in Whittlesey, Peterborough. Hosts Colin and Michelle Wilson hope their no-frills pub will impress, but draw the battle lines when it comes to feedback.

  • The second visit is to Stoneleigh B&B in Trowbridge, where ex teachers Meg and Andy's family home is put under the microscope, and things take a bitter turn at feedback

  • The competition kicks off at The Farmyard Inn in The Peak District, where Susan Day and best friend Andrea Scott struggle to deal with their harsh feedback

  • It's the final day of the competition and the rival B&B owners are meeting for the last time. Crystals on the Prom is first up and hosts Amanda Lucia-Charley and Alan Talbot take a bashing.

  • Finishing off the competition is glamping site Camp Katur in Kirklington, where Kerry Roy and Nicola Wilding hope to wow the guests with their unique 'geodomes' and see-through pods

  • The week's third visit is to The Red Lion Country Inn in Upper Poppleton, North Yorkshire, where practical pair Mark and Jean Lee hope their plain and simple pub B&B will impress

  • The second visit is to Crystals on The Prom in Blackpool, where Amanda Lucia-Charley, joined by friend Alan Talbot, hopes her unique and theatrical design decisions will win the day

  • The competition starts in Filey, North Yorkshire, at The White Lodge Hotel, where hosts James and Kim Hodgson hope their love of luxury and high standards will win over their guests

  • There are accusations of tactics, polyester bedding feedback controversy, tension, tears and tough words as the B&B owners meet to find out what they've been paid.

  • Kev and Tor run meditation and mindfulness breaks on their narrowboat near Rugby, but their guests aren't impressed by the communal living and diminutive facilities

  • Andrew and James hope to provide boutique on a budget at the Rose and Crown near Bolton, but they only have eight months of experience, and two guests are accused of attempted bribery...

  • It's the last day of the competition and tensions run high as the payments are revealed and the winner announced. The group is close to breaking point as they battle through their issues.

  • The last B&B in the week's competition is Woodlands Guest House in Exmoor, owned by fitness fanatic Lesley Hawker and her husband Steve. But revenge is in the air for Shelley and Linda...

  • The group head to the Rose and Crown in Tenbury Wells, run by Chris and Sarah Whitehead, who hope their industrial factory neighbour won't detract from the charms of their historic pub

  • The competition starts at The Five Bells near Dover, where Shelley Parnell and her mum Linda Yates realise being judged by their peers is tough but hope their bargain B&B will win the day.

  • Four proud B&B owners do battle. It's the last day of the competition and accusations fly as the payments are finally revealed and the winner is announced.

  • Four proud B&B owners do battle to be named best value for money. As the guests head to Hawthorn House in Witney, host Alison Smallman has to deal with tensions in a fracturing group.

  • Four B&B owners do battle to be named best value for money. The second visit is to Devon and Barton Gate Farm, where harsh criticism has hosts, Julian and Paula Francis, up in arms.

  • Four more B&B owners go head to head. At Penwinnick House in St Austell, owner Tim Styles is judged by the toughest critics of all: his peers.

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