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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 return of the programme in which B&B owners take it in turns as hosts to decide which of their establishments provides the best value for money. The competition starts at the Bankfoot Inn in Perthshire, where owners Ross Paton and Fraser Macdonald reveal their secret breakfast ingredient.
The second venue is Langley Dam glamping site in Hexham, Northumberland run by Jo Bates, whose revelations about luxury camping raise questions about her market research.
For the third visit of the week, the group head to No 16 in Seaham, County Durham, where the guests are surprised by the hosts' hands-off approach.
The final visit is to Blacksmiths Boutique in Whitby, North Yorkshire, where things turn ugly at dinner as hosts Nick and Sarah Allison are grilled about their facilities.
The B&B owners meet for the last time to trade observations. The Bankfoot Inn is first up, and Ross and Fraser want to settle scores after receiving low marks from one of their rivals. After a lot of tough talk and some home truths the payments are revealed before the winner is finally announced.
The competition starts at the Mevagissey Bay Hotel in Cornwall, where owners John and Elleke Ross hope the stunning sea views will live up to their premium price-tag.
The second visit of the week takes place at Glebe House Cottages in Devon, which is owned by Jay and Sarah Brewer.
The third visit of the week takes place at the Kings Park Hotel in Retford, Nottingham, which hosts Catherine and Andrew Watt converted from a former police station.
The final visit is to The Dukes in Heath and Reach, Bedfordshire, and while owner Sarah Smith impresses the guests at dinner, the pressure gets to her at breakfast time.
The final day of the competition sees the B&B owners meet for the last time to find out what they've been paid, while also settling some scores.
The competition starts at Tigh Na Leigh guest house in Alyth, Perth and Kinross, where Graham and Karen Smith pride themselves on their five-star service.
The rival proprietors visit the Strathdon Guest House in Dundee, which is still a work in progress. They are less than impressed by their host's future plans.
The third visit of the week takes place at The Portland in Northumberland, but Katrin Keech finds herself hosting the guests alone as general manager Gary falls ill.
The final visit of the week is to Mercia Marina in Derbyshire, where Pete and Sue Horridge take huge pride in their luxury lodges.
B&B owners meet for the last time to find out how much they have been paid. Graham and Karen question Tom and Natasha's cleaning conundrum.
The first visit of the week comes from Jockhead Holiday Cottages in Burgh le Marsh, Lincolnshire, where owner Karen Cumberlidge and her son Liam hope to wow their guests.
The second visit of the week is to the Victoria Inn in Witton-le-Wear, County Durham, where someone gets locked in a bathroom and bed springs leave one couple facing a battle.
For the third visit of the week, husband and wife Aidan and Mij Nattrass welcome their rivals to the Earlston House Hotel in Paignton, Devon.
The final visit is to the Beach House in Portland, Dorset, where Pete Lacey feels his back-to-basics approach offers his guests good value. But things get heated with the radiator in Karen and Liam's room and opinions are laid bare over dinner.
The B&B owners meet for the last time to find out how much they've been paid and to settle some scores. Karen and Liam are shocked by their payment from Pete, while Carolynne and George want to find out what caused Karen and Liam to lose sleep at their place.
The first visit of the week comes from Cliff House Hotel in Southbourne, where owner Rich Norris and chef Matt Head hope their decor and top-notch breakfast will give them the edge.
The second venue of the week is the Hotel Barge Waternimf in Ely, Cambridgeshire, which has an open plan kitchen leaving the hosts exposed to everything the guests have to say.
The third visit of the week takes place at the Montpellier Hotel in Llandrindod Wells, Powys, where couple Hannah Henewaa and Ibrahim Sani hope to impress their guests.
Paul Wright and Dave McDermott welcome their rivals to the Coach and Horses in West Sussex, where one guest has a bad night's sleep and the fry-up falls flat for some of the others.
The B&B owners meet for the last time to find out what they've been paid and settle some scores. First up are Rich and Matt from the Cliff House Hotel, and after tackling Paul and Dave's complaints about the lack of blinds in the bathroom, it's another pair's payment that could prove curtains for their chances in the competition.
The competition begins at the Bowling Green in Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester, where owner Mark Canny hopes his newly refurbished rooms and head for hosting will secure him success.
The second visit of the week is to Redhill Holidays in Whitbourne near Worcester, a glamping site with pole-perched premier pods - and an unwelcome population of insects.
The third visit of the week comes from the Mode Lytham Hotel in Lytham, Lancashire, where husband-and-wife team Andrew and Qidi Whitaker hope their hotel will bag them best in show.
The final visit is to Villa Farm Cottage in Lincolnshire, where Petra Coates and her partner Martin Littlefield run a tight ship. But the bathroom tiles could prove their downfall.
The B&B owners meet for the last time to find out what they've been paid and settle some scores. Mark from the Bowling Green Hotel questions Martin and Petra about a lack of chairs and then gives Qidi and Andrew's noisy fridge comments a frosty reception.
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