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"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 kicks off at Shiralee B&B in Salisbury, run by Fay Lahiani and her partner Ray Cooper. Marc Harris and Wayne Williams from The Lion Hotel in Pontypool are shocked by the colourful and cluttered dÚcor whereas Damon Lewis from the New Inn in Talgarth is brought to his knees by the cleanliness. At dinner, Fay explains her Tunisian heritage is the inspiration behind the striking B&B design as she hates the dull grey weather in the UK. Come breakfast it's the CCTV that causes concern for Donna and David Bletsoe Brown from The Bluebell Woods in Northampton. Fay and Ray are left shocked and riled up by their guests' comments and want some answers.
The second visit is to The Bluebell Woods in Northampton, where David and Donna Bletsoe Brown try to bring a touch of class to their woodland B&B. Following their feedback Fay and Ray are on the warpath and are quick to discover a mucky mattress. Marc and Wayne reveal their competitive streak during an afternoon of horse riding but cannot compete with their pro-riding hosts. Next morning, a long wait for breakfast makes the guests restless and the group begin to notice Fay being hyper-critical. Feedback has Donna and David fuming and hoping that one set of guests won't be returning.
The third visit is to The Lion Hotel in Pontypool, where manager Marc Harris and head chef Wayne Williams aim to deliver a high end service. Some of the guests are impressed by the rooms but Ray and Fay find it too pokey for the price. An afternoon of making traditional Welsh cakes reveals a surprising advantage for one of the guests. Over dinner the simmering tensions between David and Donna and Ray and Fay lead to a clash. Come breakfast head chef Wayne's food comes under fire but it's David and Donna's feedback about finding a nail in their room that really rattles their hosts.
The last visit is to The New Inn, in Talgarth where ex-naval officer Damon Lewis is the sole captain of his ship. Following their feedback Wayne and Marc prepare to be brutally honest and Fay and Ray are expecting high standards. During an afternoon team-building exercise Donna and David have to work closely with their rivals, Fay and Ray. Over dinner, Damon admits that taking on the B&B, pub and restaurant all by himself has maybe not been the best decision and as the group approach the end of the competition tensions are in the air. Next morning Damon has to handle the pressure of running a solo breakfast service and mistakes are made but it is his feedback that leaves him feeling betrayed and kicked in the teeth.
It's the final day in the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time. Shiralee B&B is up first and Fay and Ray want to find out why David and Donna were so critical of their cleanliness. Next Donna and David want to challenge Ray and Fay on their dirty mattress comments and their delay at breakfast comes under fire. Marc and Wayne are curious to find out just what type of nail caused Donna and David to mark them down on cleanliness. Finally, it's Damon's turn to question why Marc and Wayne were the only guests to refuse a repeat visit. With tensions coming to a head the group air their grievances as they find out what they've been paid before the winner is revealed.
The competition kicks off at The Richard III in Middleham, run by Ken Ward and his wife Sharon. As the guests arrive, mother and son duo Jo and Louis Stevenson from Castley Camp in Otley, like the themed rooms but find sleeping above a pub noisy. Being racing enthusiasts the hosts introduce the group to their pride and joy: race horse Rosairlie. But one of the competitors, Matt Wilson, general manager of the Lion and Swan in Congleton who is joined by his boss Paul Whyle, nearly falls at the first hurdle with a fear of horses. When Keith and Lisa Shearin from the Court House Unique Boutique B&B in Shelsley Walsh, Worcestershire, head off before breakfast, suspicions are raised. Come feedback, despite the generous scores, Ken and Sharon don't trust them.
The second visit of the week is to the Court House Unique Boutique B&B in Shelsley Walsh, Worcestershire, where hosts Keith and Lisa Shearin hold court. On arrival, Ken and Sharon are blown away by their honeymoon suite and the seemingly low price. A trip to the local Morgan sports car factory provides some light relief, but suspicions over price fixing drive Matt and Paul to the internet to verify the room rate, where they discover an anomaly. At dinner Keith and Lisa are confronted over their pricing, and relations in the group turn sour. Despite Keith's best efforts at breakfast, Jo and Louis dismiss it as being too fancy. Come feedback time, Keith and Lisa are shocked to find that the pricing discrepancy has led to a low score for facilities.
The third visit of the week is to Castley Camp in Otley, Yorkshire, owned by single mum Jo Stevenson and her son Louis. On arrival, Ken and Sharon are horrified by stains on their bedding and dust in the room. During the afternoon boot camp fitness session, Keith reveals his competitive side, but is beaten by arch rivals Matt and Paul. Over dinner, Jo explains how the B&B came about but Sharon and Ken think she's taken too much on. At breakfast, Jo enlists a reluctant Louis to be front of house but he doesn't know what to do and loses interest. Come feedback time, Jo's left fuming over the cleanliness and sloppy breakfast comments.
The final visit of the week is to the Lion and Swan in Congleton, Cheshire, where owner Paul Whyle and manager Matt Wilson set out to come up trumps. On arrival, Lisa and Keith are still riled by Matt and Paul's feedback and are shocked by their waterbed and a dirty bathroom. During an afternoon of traditional barrel rolling, Jo and Louis ignore Ken and Sharon as they are still fuming over their feedback. Come dinner, there is some unlikely flirting and Louis reveals he thinks Ken and Sharon are secretly the most competitive. At breakfast, Sharon announces she's discovered their rooms online at a higher price than they were told which upsets Keith and Lisa who came under the same scrutiny. Come feedback time, Matt and Paul are confused by the price discrepancy comments and are determined to clear their names.
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. Ken and Sharon from The Richard III in Middleham are up first, and they want to find out more about what's been causing Jo and Louis to lose sleep. Next, it's the turn of Keith and Lisa from The Court House Unique Boutique B&B in Worcestershire. They want to challenge Matt about the allegations of price fixing and vehemently fight their corner. Third up are mother and son duo, Jo and Louis from Castley Camp in Otley. They are gunning for Ken and Sharon and want to air their dirty laundry when it comes to stains on the bed sheets. Finally, Matt gets to the bottom of Ken and Sharon's comments over the controversial information they discovered online at The Lion and Swan, in Congleton. There's tension in the air and axes to grind, but the winner is revealed.
Four proud B&B owners do battle to be named best value for money. The competition kicks off at Keats Cottage in Shanklin on the Isle of Wight with David and Ewa Woodward. They have a past in high-end hospitality and hotel inspecting, which they hope will give them the edge in the competition. In the rooms, Donna Taylor from Jasmine House in Leicestershire makes a hair-raising discovery. At dinner, mother and daughter team Lesley and Chloe Priestly, who run Soar Chapel in Wales, take a dislike to one of their competitors. Come breakfast Martin Hulme, accompanied by his partner Sara Williams and owners of Halliwell House in Cheshire, reveals a critical streak. But it's at feedback where David and Ewa are left wanting answers.
The second visit of the week is to Jasmine House in Lutterworth, Leicestershire managed by Donna Taylor who believes in a no frills approach. But it doesn't take long for Martin and Sara to realise all the added extras in the room don't add up. During the afternoon Leslie and Chloe show their fighting spirit during a kickboxing lesson and all the B&Bers square up to their host. At dinner, Donna is cornered over the added extras and come breakfast the group think she may be putting on more than she usually offers to win the competition. But it's the feedback where Donna's left fuming by her comments thinking that some people are being deliberately picky.
The third visit of the competition is to the luxury Halliwell House in Cheshire, owned by Martin Hulme and Sara Williams where rooms have a price tag of nearly ú500 a night. Still fuming from her feedback, Donna is astonished at the room rates and David and Ewa are left expecting nothing but perfection at that price point. At breakfast the guests are left confused by the self-service approach and the extra cost of a cover charge for food and drink. Despite the quality ingredients they all question whether it is value for money and some take issue with Martin's hosting style, or lack of. Martin and Sara are left defiant in the face of their feedback and are convinced none of the guests have understood what they offer.
The final visit of the week is to Wales and Soar Chapel Guest House, which is the family home of mum and daughter duo, Lesley and Chloe Priestly. Expectations are high and Donna, in particular, is not disappointed. The group go head to head in a beat-boxing sound off before a champion is chosen. But Martin and Sara cause a stir when they get in to their performance more than others. At dinner, old tensions surface and the hosts are left to diffuse an awkward stand-off. Welsh produce is on the menu at breakfast as Lesley and Chloe lay on a massive spread. But one of the guests takes issue with the cooked items leaving the hosts nervous for 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. Keats Cottage is up first, and owners David and Ewa Woodward want to challenge Martin's criticism over the way they run their business. Next, it's Jasmine House, and Donna Taylor wants to find out more about the issue that caused Martin and Sara to lose sleep. Third up are Martin Hulme and Sara Williams of Halliwell House, who want to know why David knocked off points for hosting. Finally, it's Soar Chapel, and Chloe and Lesley Priestly's turn to digest Martin's comments about their traditional Welsh breakfast. Having aired their issues and with tension in the air, the winners are announced.
The competition gets underway at The Oak Tree Cottage in Burley, in the New Forest, where owner Jacqui Castle, and her sidekick Jane Waters, hope the homely approach wins the day. Guests Martin and Catherine Crosswaite from the Busfeild Arms in East Morton are not encouraged by the shared facilities. Jacqui treats her guest to a vocal therapy session, which leads to some awkward moments with Patrick Duggan from Epstein House in Liverpool. Next morning Jacqui's breakfast is served at a communal table which is not rated by Norman Butcher and Lorraine Watkins from The Rising Sun in Bath. When they refuse a repeat visit Jacqui is left feeling deflated and wanting answers.
The second visit of the week is to The Rising Sun Inn in Bath, where owners Lorraine Hawkins and Norman Butcher hope to bring their guests up to standard by having a dress code. Following their feedback on the last visit, Jacqui and Jane take an extra critical eye to the rooms, while Martin and Catherine show their competitive streak during a boules match. At dinner, the hosts get a grilling for having a strict dress code but some of the guests learn you can never judge a book by its cover. Things get flirty over breakfast between Patrick and Jacqui, but come feedback, Norman and Lorraine are left suspicious.
The final visit is to Epstein House in Liverpool where Patrick Duggan has themed his hotel around the former Beatles manager Brian Epstein. Jacqui and Jane are shocked by unpleasant smells in the bedroom and Martin and Catherine show they will do anything to win during a Beatles-themed game of charades. At dinner, Patrick shares the history of his B&B and explains his dating ideals but shocks his guests when he reveals what he thinks will make the perfect woman. Come feedback, Patrick is thrilled with his hosting comments but is left hurt and confused by Jacqui's statements.
It's the final day in the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the final time to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores. Jacqui and Jane from The Oak Tree Cottage are first and want to find out why Norman and Lorraine wouldn't return. Next it's the turn of Norman and Lorraine from The Rising Sun Inn. They want to get to the bottom of Jacqui and Jane's picky comments. Third hosts, Martin and Catherine from The Busfeild Arms have some explaining to do when it comes to their profit margins. Finally, Patrick from Epstein House is left with some serious questions for Jacqui and Jane regarding the lowest score of the competition.
The first visit of the week is to The Bell House Hotel in Wiltshire, where business partners Chris Williams and Jacqui Hogg hope guests will appreciate their attempts to bring London chic to the shires. Susan and David Speak from Strawberry Gardens in Heynsham are frustrated by their weak shower pressure. Matthew Cockman from The Partridge in Oxfordshire does not suffer fools gladly at a driving challenge with a difference, and Jade Hendon from The Bateman's Mill near Chesterfield butts heads with Matthew over healthy eating at dinner. But the hosts' absence at breakfast the next morning gets the criticism flowing, and Chris and Jacqui are left confused by some of the feedback.
The second visit is to The Partridge in Oxfordshire, where young couple Matthew Cockman and Paula Szkwarkowska hope guests will get on board with their passion for local organic food. A communal bathroom has the guests lost for words, and the lack of a hot breakfast included in the price leaves a bad taste in everyone's mouths. During an afternoon of sausage making Paula finds her voice but at dinner Matthew once again comes to blows with Jade and Diana over differing food philosophies and the tensions are on the rise. Next morning the lack of a breakfast room and the self-service continental has the guests up in arms so at feedback the criticism leaves Matthew and Paula feeling persecuted and misunderstood.
The third visit is to Strawberry Gardens B&B in Heysham, where husband and wife team Susan and David Speak offer home-from-home accommodation with lashings of northern hospitality. Sports-nut David treats his guests to a traditional darts competition at his local snooker hall, adjudicated by former world champion, Alan Warriner-Little. David isn't impressed when organic-living Paula sends back her evening meal and the tensions keep simmering at breakfast, but it is Chris and Jacqui's feedback that gets up the hosts' noses.
The final visit of the week is to The Bateman's Mill near Chesterfield, where manager Jade Hendon and friend Diana Yates set out to be the best. On arrival, David and Susan are still smarting from Jade and Diana's cleanliness feedback, and are quick to find hairs in the bathroom. With Matthew's food politics banned from the dinner table, Matthew talks about the group becoming friends but Jade and David feel the opposite. Jade's Derbyshire breakfast is not a hit for Chris and Jacqui but it is David and Susan's cleanliness feedback comments that irritates Jade. She's left hoping that everyone will be able to justify themselves come 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 Bell House is up first and owners Chris and Jacqui want to find out why Matthew marked them down for being too tall for his bed. Next, Matthew and Paula want to tackle Jade and Diana's low score for their breakfast set up at The Partridge. Susan and David are keen to hear why they got a low score from Chris for using air fresheners at Strawberry Gardens. Finally, the fur flies as Jade tackles Matthew over his feedback for The Bateman's Mill. The group thrash out their differences before the winners are revealed.
Kicking things off in this new competition are Michael and Carole Allchorne, who are brimming with confidence at Alston House in Cumbria. But in the rooms, things get hairy for Marie Lock from Scotia House in Harrogate, while Yvonne Copeland and Gail Wells from Canberra House in Blackpool are less than impressed with the dÚcor. During an afternoon with the local sheep farmer, Billy Robertson and his son Billy Junior from The Crown and Kitchen in East Linton show themselves as live wires. At dinner, Yvonne reveals her talent for astrology. Next morning, the guests are impressed with chef Michael's breakfast but come feedback, the hosts are left reeling by the criticisms levelled at their hotel.
The second visit of the week is to Scotia House in Harrogate, where host Marie Lock is hoping her obsessive cleaning regime will give her the edge in the competition. In the rooms, both Michael and Carole and Yvonne and Gail find the deluxe teddy bears freaky, and for Billy and Billy, things are a little on the cosy side. In the afternoon, Marie's keen to show off her moves and pits her guests against each other in a Northern Soul dance off. At dinner, she reveals her extreme cleaning techniques, much to the dismay of the others. Next morning, the guests are impressed with Marie's breakfast but come feedback, Marie feels Michael and Carole's comments could be revenge.
The third visit is to Canberra Guest House in Blackpool, owned by goth Yvonne Copeland. She's being joined by her part-time helper, Gail Wells. Together they hope their cheap and cheerful B&B will win the day. In the rooms Marie finds what she thinks is urine and hair on the toilet seat and a lack of Wi-Fi means Billy Junior has to put his business on hold. Yvonne lives up to her quirky reputation by taking her guests to a local reptile house but serious divisions start to bubble up within the group. At dinner tensions rise again when Marie admits she travels with her own pillow, which ruffles more than just feathers. Next morning, a delay in the kitchen and overcooked scrambled eggs lead to a disastrous breakfast for Michael.
The final visit of the week is to the Crown and Kitchen in East Linton, Scotland, owned by the jokers of the week: father and son Billy and Billy Robertson. On arrival, Yvonne and Gail leave no mattress unturned as they go in to super sleuth mode but Michael and Carole are impressed. The B&Bers competitiveness is put to the test with a race around an assault course, where Yvonne makes quite a splash. Later that night, Marie and Michael's relationship comes to breaking point, and Billy Junior is upset when he is accused of game playing. Next morning, a slow and disorganised start to breakfast leave the B&Bers disappointed but come feedback Billy Junior is at a loss to explain what the problem was.
It's the final day in the competition, and things are tense from the start as Carole and Michael from Alston House challenge Marie on her comments. Next, Marie from Scotia House wants to set the record straight with allegations of tit for tat scoring. Yvonne and Gail from Canberra Guest House have a whole list of issues to cover with Marie and the two Billies. Finally, father and son team Billy and Billy from The Crown and Kitchen want to tackle the barrage of criticism over their breakfast. With tensions coming to a head the group find out what they've been paid before the winner is revealed.
The first visit is to Newton House in Knaresborough, where owner Denise Carter and colleague Jackie Fennell's traditional B&B focuses on organic and free range breakfasts. The group get to know each other while flavouring flatbreads with fellow foodies Sean Edlin and Kathryn Turnbull from The White House in Brighton bonding with the hosts. Over dinner, Essex girls Marianne Cammack and Deina Thomas from Wakes Hall Lodges in Colchester dominate the conversation, riling up some of the others. At breakfast, down-to-earth Blackpool lads Mike Hayes and Neal Widdowson from The Highlands Pub think it's all way too fancy. Come feedback, Denise and Jackie are left feeling confident and think they have set the bar high.
The second visit of the competition is to The Highlands Pub in Blackpool, where managers Mike Hayes and Neal Widdowson are all about value for money. In the rooms, Sean and Kathryn are horrified by what they find while Marianne and Deina think it needs the female touch. In the afternoon the group head to the amusement arcades, to compete in a basketball challenge where the quiet hosts, Mike and Neal, come out of their shells. But divisions surface at dinner when Marianne reveals some north/south snobbery. Next morning the breakfast goes down a storm with Denise and Jackie, and bags the hosts some high scores. But a raft of low marks for facilities strikes Neal as nit-picking, and leaves them both feeling gutted.
The third visit is to The White House in Brighton, where partners in life, and business, Sean Edlin and Kathryn Turnbull run a laid back seaside B&B. Denise and Jackie think the rooms are not well equipped; Marianne calls them clinical and Mike and Neal feel the price is not right. Tensions are temporarily alleviated by some cross-dressing capers at the famous Theatre Royal, but come dinner two days of north/south divide comments sees Marianne and Deina continue to stir the pot. A locally sourced breakfast impresses organic food fans Denise and Jackie, but with Brighton prices at a premium, the group have to decide whether they're getting value for money.
The final visit of the week is to Wakes Hall Lodges near Colchester, where manager Marianne Cammack and housekeeper, Deina Thomas, think the only way is luxe. On arrival Neal and Mike are wowed by the five star self-catering accommodation, complete with hot tubs and lakeside views, but the others think the 'luxury' breakfast hamper is anything but. An afternoon of dog agility proves Marianne's bossiness doesn't work on animals and over dinner her domineering conversation causes Jackie to finally snap. The guests join forces to make breakfast for themselves, but the lack of a chef, and limited ingredients, is not a recipe for success. Come feedback Marianne is unimpressed by some of the scores, and promises to go in all guns blazing to 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. First Denise and Jackie from Newton House can see if high marks translate into high payments. Next, Mike and Neal from The Highlands Pub challenge the comments that they were considered dirty and lacking in facilities. Sean and Kathryn from The White House are left smarting after suffering large underpayments for what they think are minor issues. Finally, Marianne and Deina from Wakes Hall Lodges have to deal with some tough home truths. Tensions mount and grievances are aired before the winner is finally revealed.
More proud B&B owners compete to be named best value for money. The week begins in Norfolk, at Mike and Tina Pemberton's Cuban-inspired Brovey Lair. The fun kicks off with a spicy salsa class, much to the horror of Sam Millidge and Nathan Pearce from The King's Head in Llandovery. Over dinner, Tina and Mike reveal how they gave up a London lifestyle to open their home and restaurant in the country. Following a revelation from Vicky and Ricky Kerrison, who run The Orangery, also in Norfolk, it's clear that Tina's not the only foodie at the table. Next morning, the open plan restaurant and breakfast room causes issues for Richard and Sheryl Middleton from Buzzard House in Herefordshire. And Tina and Mike aren't happy with their feedback.
The competition moves on to its second Norfolk B&B of the week: The Orangery, where Ricky and Vicky Kerrison's colourful dress sense belies their fiercely entrepreneurial nature. Their guests get competitive at an outdoor activity centre, where they try to leap from as high as possible on a jumping tower. Perfectionist Richard loses his nerve while young Sam and Nathan race to the top. And Vicky is determined to take them on. At breakfast, Tina and Mike prove hard to please, with Ricky's service and the ingredients coming under fire. Ricky and Vicky are shocked by the feedback they receive, and decide to take a more critical approach to the rest of the competition.
Twenty-somethings Sam Millidge and Nathan Pearce own The King's Head in Llandovery, Carmarthenshire. Their rooms come in for some tough criticism, especially from Mike and Tina, before the group play a hilarious game of bubble football. Richard and Sheryl take it seriously, while Vicky's gung-ho attitude rears its head again. At dinner the guests want to find out how two youngsters came to be in charge of such a large business, but the atmosphere turns sour for Tina when Sheryl reveals she's a cordon-bleu trained chef. At breakfast, Nathan's cooking falls short and Sam's hosting style leaves a lot to be desired. And the boys are downhearted when their hosting and breakfast receive harsh feedback.
Richard and Sheryl Middleton have swapped corporate careers for the B&B world, at Buzzard House in Herefordshire. But tensions between self-taught chef Tina and cordon-bleu trained Sheryl crop up again, and the guests' expectations are high. The B&B has luxuriously appointed rooms, but Sam and Nathan think some of the basics are missing. At a pancake cook-off, the clash of characters between Tina and Sheryl is clear, but at dinner, a different side to Sheryl leads Tina to have a change of heart. After some guests have a broken night's sleep, the heat is on chef Sheryl at breakfast. But some formal service from Richard, and cold, soggy fritters threaten the high scores they're after. And at feedback time, comments about a corporate approach to hosting don't go down well.
It's the final day of the week's competition and the B&B owners meet for the last time, to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores. Mike and Tina from Brovey Lair want to discuss Richard and Sheryl's breakfast feedback, while Ricky and Vicky from the Orangery have similar questions for Tina and Mike. Sam and Nathan from The King's Head want to discuss Tina and Mike's comments about their hosting skills, and Richard and Sheryl from Buzzard House would like to find out more about Sam and Nathan's sleeping issues. And once they've all aired their issues, the winners are announced.
The competition kicks off at the modern Park Hotel in Gloucestershire, run by young couple Callum Hogg and Lauren Abraham. Sisters Sue Lewis and Wendy Germann, from Sue's B&B in Wiltshire, are impressed with the colourful dÚcor, but it's not an opinion held by all. During an afternoon rugby training session, Cameron Thomas from The Old Rectory Hotel in Wales has an eye on the competition. At dinner, Sue's extensive experience gives the others food for thought but at breakfast, along with Erika Watt and her bar manager Ellie Gill from The Talbot in Dorset, they are not impressed by having to pay extra. Callum and Lauren are faced with some robust feedback that leaves them wanting answers and thinking not everyone is being fair.
The second visit is to Trowbridge and Sue's B&B run by Sue Lewis and her sister, Wendy Germann. As the guests arrive, Cameron finds a home from home but is left unsure by the shared bathroom, and Callum and Lauren are not impressed with their room. An afternoon of cupcake decorating sees a devious side to Erika and Ellie come to the fore. Even though they all seem to be getting on, some of the group are suspicious at dinner and think not everyone is being genuine. Breakfast at the communal table has its awkward moments and Sue is under pressure having never cooked for so many before. But it's the feedback that leaves the hosts wondering if maybe some of the guests have not been that straightforward.
The third visit is to The Talbot in Iwerne Minster, Dorset, managed by Erika Watt and bar manager, Ellie Gill. On closer inspection, the rooms don't live up to their good first impression and Callum and Lauren are quick to find fault. During an afternoon of first aid training, Erika reveals she used to work for the ambulance service, which forces some to re-evaluate their opinions. At breakfast, tensions simmer as Wendy calls Cameron a creep for flirting with Sue, and the method of cooking is called in to question. Come feedback, some of the comments send Erika and Ellie into fits of giggles.
The fourth visit of the week is to The Old Rectory in Llangattock, South Wales, where young hotel manager Cameron Thomas likes to keep things professional. Despite wanting to find fault, Lauren and Callum are soon to admit their bridal suite is top notch but Erika and Ellie think there may be some cleaning issues. During an afternoon of canoe racing the group show their competitive sides as the competition heats up. At dinner, Cameron finds an unlikely champion in Wendy and Sue, but things become awkward when he's quizzed on his personal life. Tensions are still simmering at breakfast and Cameron feels that some of the faults found at feedback could have cost him the competition.
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 Park Hotel in Gloucestershire is up first and owners Callum Hogg and Lauren Abraham want to get to the bottom of why Cameron didn't sleep soundly. Next, Sue Lewis from Sue's B&B questions Callum and Lauren's low score for the cleanliness. Erika Watt and Ellie Gill from The Talbot get to quiz to Sue and Wendy, over their comments about their facilities. Finally, it's Cameron's turn to tackle Sue and Wendy over their lack of soap dish remark. Tensions are in the air and issues are debated but ultimately the winner is revealed.
The competition kicks off at The Richard III in Middleham, run by Ken Ward and his wife Sharon. As the guests arrive, mother and son duo Jo and Louis Stevenson from Castley Camp in Otley, like the themed rooms but find sleeping above a pub noisy. Being racing enthusiasts, the hosts introduce the group to their pride and joy: their race horse Rosairlie. But one of the competitors, Matt Wilson of the Lion and Swan in Congleton, nearly falls at the first hurdle with a fear of horses. When Keith and Lisa Shearin from the Court House Unique Boutique B&B in Shelsley Walsh, Worcestershire, head off before breakfast suspicions are raised. Come feedback, despite the generous scores, Ken and Sharon don't trust them.
The second visit of the week is to the Court House Unique Boutique B&B in Shelsley Walsh, Worcestershire, where hosts Keith and Lisa Shearin hold court. On arrival, Ken and Sharon are blown away by their honeymoon suite and the seemingly low price. A trip to the local Morgan sports car factory provides some light relief but suspicions over price fixing drive Matt and Paul to the internet to verify the room rate, where they discover an anomaly. At dinner Keith and Lisa are confronted over their pricing, and relations in the group turn sour. Despite Keith's best efforts at breakfast, Jo and Louis dismiss it as being too fancy. Come feedback Keith and Lisa are shocked to find that the pricing discrepancy has led to a low score for facilities.
The third visit of the week is to Castley Camp in Otley, Yorkshire, owned by single mum Jo Stevenson and her son Louis. On arrival, Ken and Sharon are horrified by stains on their bedding and dust in the room. During the afternoon boot camp fitness session, Keith reveals his competitive side, but is beaten by arch rivals Matt and Paul. Over dinner, Jo explains how the B&B came about but Sharon and Ken think she's taken too much on. At breakfast, Jo enlists a reluctant Louis to be front of house but he doesn't know what to do and loses interest. Come feedback, Jo's left fuming over the cleanliness and sloppy breakfast comments.
The final visit of the week is to the Lion and Swan in Congleton, Cheshire, where owner Paul Whyle and manager Matt Wilson set out to come up trumps. On arrival, Lisa and Keith are still riled by Matt and Paul's feedback, and are shocked by their waterbed and a dirty bathroom. An afternoon of battle of barrel rolling sees Jo and Louis ignore Ken and Sharon as they are still fuming over their feedback at their place. Come dinner, there is some unlikely flirting, and at breakfast, Sharon announces she's discovered their rooms online at a higher price than they were told which upsets Keith and Lisa who came under the same scrutiny. Come feedback, Matt and Paul are confused by the price discrepancy comments and are determined to clear their names.
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. Ken and Sharon from The Richard III are up first, and they want to find out more about what's been causing Jo and Louis to lose sleep. Next, it's the turn of Keith and Lisa from The Court House Unique Boutique B&B. They want to challenge Matt about the allegations of price fixing and vehemently fight their corner. Third up are mother and son duo, Jo and Louis from Castley Camp. They are gunning for Ken and Sharon and want to air their dirty laundry when it comes to stains on the bed sheets. Finally, it's Matt's turn to get to the bottom of Ken and Sharon's comments over the controversial information they discovered online at The Lion and Swan. There's tension in the air and axes to grind but ultimately the winner is revealed.
The competition begins at No.33 Hunstanton in Norfolk, where owner Janie Thompson and housekeeper Gemma Layfield hope their quirky design and high end brand of luxury will win the day. Despite the dÚcor, the in-room bath receives a soggy reception from Cheryle and Anthony Katz, owners of The Lansdowne in the Cotswolds. An afternoon of painting sees Mark and Jan Rummery from The Ivybridge in Goodwick, Wales emerge as the ones to beat and the group's banter begins. At dinner, father and son duo Mick and Chris Emanuele from La Tavola Calda, Nuneaton, reveal they're B&B old timers and their Italian roots pique interest. Come feedback, the surprising scores and some unexpected comments leave Janie and Gemma smarting.
The second visit is to La Tavola Calda in Nuneaton, where father and son team Mick and Chris Emanuele run a basic B&B above their Italian restaurant. On arrival, Mark and Jan are horrified by the standard of dÚcor. That evening Mick and Chris, reveal their George Michael tribute act will be performing after dinner. Janie and Gemma love the experience but the noise in the rooms keeps Jan awake. Come morning, Cheryle and Anthony have not been able to sleep for a very different reason and so Mick and Chris are already fighting a losing battle when it comes to serving breakfast. But nothing can prepare the hosts for their feedback, which leaves them feeling gutted and the fact no-one would return again is the ultimate kick in the teeth.
The third visit is to The Lansdowne in the Cotswolds, where hosts Cheryle and Anthony Katz hope their hospitality expertise will charm their way to the top. Although the rooms are a hit for Janie and Gemma, Mick and Chris are determined to find fault. Mark and Jan reveal a competitive streak during an afternoon of husky racing, and come dinner Anthony and Cheryle have their business credentials scrutinised. At breakfast Mick and Chris put their hosts under pressure, which has the temperature rising in the kitchen. But it's at feedback when Cheryle and Anthony face picky comments and what they think is a personal attack that leaves them fuming.
The last visit is to The Ivybridge Hotel and Spa, where Mark and Jan Rummery are bringing their hospitality experience in Asia to Wales. On arrival, Cheryle and Anthony are unimpressed to be housed in an annexe, and Mick and Chris dismiss the bathroom as a bodge job. During an afternoon of Chinese cookery, the tensions are palpable as relationships continue to disintegrate. At dinner, things come to a head when Cheryle and Anthony tell it straight and Mick and Chris admit to changing their approach to the competition post reading their feedback. Next morning, the tensions are still simmering and the group are on edge. Come feedback, Mark and Jan are surprised by some of their comments and disappointed that not everyone wants to return.
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 thrash out their issues. No.33 Hunstanton is up first, and hosts Janie and Gemma want to quiz Mark and Jan over their privacy problems. Next, father and son duo Mick and Chris Emanuele from La Tavola Calda want to put Cheryle and Anthony's sleep issues to bed. Cheryle and Anthony Katz from The Lansdowne next want to take Mick and Chris to task over their feedback with dramatic consequences, which lead to Chris admitting they've been game playing. When it comes to The Ivybridge Guest House, Mark and Jan want to smooth the cracks but are left far from happy. The group is close to breaking point as they battle through their issues before the winner is finally announced.
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