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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.
This brand new competition starts in Barmouth, north Wales, and the Bae Abermaw Hotel, run by newly engaged couple Rosie Lewis and Dexter Green. On arrival, the BnBers are wowed by the views from their rooms, but it's not long until guest Tracy finds herself in a hairy situation. At dinner, hosts Rosie and Dexter's romantic revelations and confessions surprise their guests. The next morning at breakfast, Rosie and Dexter set the standard for the rest of the week, while Tracy sets herself up as the one to watch, with some observations about her room she's keen to bring to everyone's attention.
The second visit is to Rigsby's Guest House in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, run by Tracy Ward. On arrival, the lack of en-suite bathrooms causes quite the stink, while guests John and Dennis can't figure out Tracy's pricing system. At dinner, Tracy is under the spotlight and reveals just how much she takes on with the running of the B&B. But it's a revelation from John that intrigues the guests. Come breakfast, hopes for a fabulous feed fade fast as Tracy goes it alone.
The third visit of the week is to The Somerset Arms in Semington, Wiltshire, where pub landlord John Adams is joined by best friend Dennis Gowie. On arrival, guests Rosie and Dexter dust off some cleanliness issues, while Tracy is left in search of a maintenance man. Later that evening, revelations about Nici's past fly around the dining table, and thin walls gave Tracy cause for concern. At breakfast, Tracy revealed her night's sleep was disturbed by her neighbours, making feedback an uncomfortable read for John and Dennis.
The final visit of the week is to The Cross Keys Hotel, Saffron Walden, Essex where former executive flight attendant Nici Van Valen is joined by close friend Ros Jeffreys. On arrival, all the guests love the luxury, but a mark on Tracy's towel leaves a stain on her stay. Later at dinner, tensions threaten to boil over as Tracy makes a revelation about her room, much to Nici's surprise. At breakfast, with Nici serving up a sumptuous selection, talk turns to payment day, with all the guests agreeing the competition is there for the taking.
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 Bae Abermaw Hotel is first and hosts Rosie and Dexter want to get to the bottom of Tracy's broken bath issue. Next, Tracy from Rigsbys Guest House wants to challenge her guests' bathroom blues and reveal just what happened at her breakfast. John from the Somerset Arms, is joined by friend Dennis. Having been criticised for noise issues due to his thin walls, John is keen to listen in on his guests' explanations. Finally, Nici of The Cross Keys Hotel, with friend Ros, mull over their marks, before pointing the finger at some of their nit-picking guests. After tension around the table, the payments are revealed and the winner is finally announced.
Jon and Lisa welcome their rivals to the Swan Motel in Norfolk, but some of their guests find a surprise in their drawers. Later, Jon shows off his magical hosting skills.
At the Hare and Hounds in Essex, Michael and Scott take their guests clay pigeon shooting, but Jon and Lisa find it hard to forget the feedback that their hosts gave them the day before
Sir Ben Slade welcomes his rivals to the 13th-century Maunsel House in Somerset, but the extra charge for a hot breakfast leaves some guests with a bad taste in their mouths
Gary and Linda Kellaway welcome their rivals to Lower Keats Glamping in Devon. At dinner, Jon turns joker, but Michael and Scott have a big revelation, which is no laughing matter.
The B&B owners meet for the last time, and they all want to know more about their feedback. But how much have they each been paid? And who's won?
This week's competition kicks off in Lynton, Devon at The Seawood Hotel, managed by couple Martin and Kyle Fletcher, who hope to win over their guests with their high standards
The second visit is to Gooseford Farm B&B in Dartmoor, Devon, managed by Mary Courtier and husband Julian. The farmhouse impresses but Jean and Dec are left counting the cost.
For the third visit this week the group head to Trevarrian Lodge in Newquay, Cornwall, where Jean and her pro-chef husband, Dec Hegarty are hoping the food will win their guests over
The final visit is to Rivendell Outdoor Club, a clothing optional resort in Wimborne, Dorset, managed by Kerry Murphy and Andy Gautry. But not everyone is keen to let it all hang out.
It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time. After bitter rebukes and tears, the payments are revealed before the winner is finally announced.
Four more sets of B&B owners compete, kicking off in Tyne and Wear at Tynemouth 61, owned by hospitality veteran Stephen Minns, who grew up believing he was born with blue blood
The second visit is to The Black Horse Inn in North Yorkshire, where unlikely double act manager Steve Barker and side-kick/bar manager Callum Dixon believe they can win their guests over
For the third visit this week the group head to The Shores Hotel in Blackpool, where B&B beginner Enid Hall prides herself in offering clean rooms at bargain prices
The final visit of the week is to Hilltop Hideaways in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, where cousins-in-law Lottie and Lil Ellis are on a mission to put the glamorous in glamping
It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores. After a heated debate, the winner is announced.
This competition kicks off in Runswick Bay, Yorkshire and The Cliffemount Hotel, with general manager Garry Healey and housekeeper Zara Doherty. Will the views be enough to wow the guests?
Next up is the Quayside Hotel in Boston, Lincolnshire, run by Alistair and partner Lana, where most of the guests are bowled over by the bling, but Claire feels stuck in a neon nightmare
The third visit is to Hollington Park Glamping near Newbury, run by couple Claire and Adam. Daniele and Chantal are happy glampers, but the other guests are shocked by their surroundings.
The final visit is to Swan House in Kelvedon, Essex, where owner Daniele is joined by sister Chantal. On arrival, the traditional décor impresses, but Lana is left with wardrobe woes.
It's the last day of the competition and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time. After some scathing scores for cleanliness, the payments are revealed and the winner is announced.
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