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Season 11 / Episode 75 and airs on 26 May 2017 16:00
Four in a Bed is a British reality television game show that has been airing on Channel 4 since 22 November 2010. The show involves four B&B owners, who take turns to stay with one another - and pay what they consider fair for their stay. The winner is the establishment named best value for money.
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.
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?
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
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.
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...
This week's competition starts at the Brighton Surf Hotel, where hosts Jeremy Mann and his Russian wife Elena hope their hands-off hosting style will win the day. On arrival, Jan Fisher and husband Les, from the Fleur de Lis in Sandwich, are dismayed to find a complimentary snack tray in lieu of breakfast. At dinner, Robert Gray, from Number 16 in Greenwich, questions the décor in his room and, next morning, the guests join him on the bed to compare notes about the lack of breakfast. But at feedback time, Jeremy and Elena are left crushed by Robert's low score for hosting and contemplating revenge.
The second visit is to Number 16, in Greenwich, London, owned by actor and antiques dealer, Robert Gray. Jan and Les find the dusty decor off-putting and Sarah laments the size of her room and its busy wallpaper. At dinner Robert reveals his showbiz background, declaring that at breakfast 'my kitchen's my stage'. In the morning, Robert styles out his many mistakes so the group are charmed by his hosting, even Jeremy. But at feedback Robert takes exception to one set of scores and is convinced it's deliberate game playing, leaving him vowing revenge.
The third visit is to Sandwich in Kent and the Fleur de Lis, where hosts Jan and Les Fisher are convinced their traditional place will impress. Sarah and Tiggy are hoping for a relaxed atmosphere, but as Robert arrives he is bent on revenge. At dinner, Robert shocks the group when he is rude about the décor. In the morning, Robert deliberately tries to provoke the hosts by ordering two breakfasts but Jan is unflappable. Sarah confronts Robert, worried about how he'll behave when she hosts on the next visit. Jan is shocked to receive very low scores from Robert and is convinced he's game playing.
The week's last visit is to The Barn at Dale End House near Matlock in the Peak District, owned by Sarah Summers. After confronting Robert at breakfast on the last visit, Sarah is dreading his arrival, but all the guests are bowled over by Sarah's establishment and Jeremy and Elena are surprised at how organized and professional she is. At dinner Robert is full of praise for Sarah, but she is unsure know how to take it. And come feedback, the overwhelmingly positive comments leave Sarah in pieces, uncertain whether Robert is being serious or just playing another game and intending to underpay on payment day.
It's the final day in 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 Brighton Surf Hotel is first up and hosts Jeremy and Elena Mann want to defend their no-breakfast remote-hosting concept. Next, actor Robert Gray from Number 16 in Greenwich takes exception to criticism of his décor and cleaning but is moved to tears by his payments. The third hosts of the week, Jan Fisher and husband Les, angrily confront Robert over his harsh criticism of the décor in his room. There are more tears when Sarah Summers and Tiggy Peat from The Barn at Dale End House receive their feedback but Jan accuses Robert of play-acting. There are tensions and tears as tough words are spoken before the payments are revealed and the winner announced.
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