Next Episode of Four in a Bed is
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 begins at Grange Farm Park in Maltby le Marsh, Lincolnshire, which is run by mum and daughter team Ann Graves and Rebecca O'Brien.
Marilyn and Neil Tuson host the second night of the week at Edgecliff Boutique B&B in Birchington-on-Sea, Kent - hoping the breathtaking views will give them the edge they need.
The third visit of the week takes place at Vera's Kitchen and B&B in Lechlade, Gloucestershire, where young owners Warren Neinaber and Emily Mapson hope to impress their guests.
The guests check in to the Preston Hotel in Yeovil, owned by father and son Bis and Deep Oozageer. Ann and Rebecca find their room more cheap than cheerful, although an afternoon tasting the produce at a cider brandy distillery proves a massive hit.
The B&B owners reunite, ready to air their grievances from throughout the week. Ann and Rebecca from Grange Farm Park aren't happy with Marilyn marking them down for the lack of a hot tub, and Marilyn herself isn't too pleased when her and Neil review the feedback for their slow breakfast service at Edgecliff Boutique B&B.
Jill's up first, hosting at her 17th-century B&B the Castle Arms Inn, in North Yorkshire
The week's second visit is to Liz and Dave Johnson's Eden Valley Glamping site in Cumbria
The B&Bers head to Neil and Mary Blackburn's Fernie Castle in Fife, Scotland
The last visit of the week is to the Cadillac Kustomz Hotel on the Isle of Bute
On payment day, the B&Bers iron out their issues and find out who's won
The competition kicks off at My Way Guest House in Broompark, Co Durham, where Kaye Horner and her daughter Lily are counting on their cleanliness to gain top marks.
The second visit of the week is to the Old Orleton Inn in Wellington, Shropshire, where an award-winning breakfast is on offer - but a lack of showers does not go down well.
The third visit of the week takes place at Ambles House in Northampton, where Amanda hopes her homely hospitality will win over her guests.
Richard and Harriet Secular pride themselves on their high-end rooms at the Royal George in Tintern in Monmouthshire - and the guests are not disappointed, with plenty of praise for the hosts throughout the two days. Will the feedback mirror their experience?
The B&B owners meet up for a final showdown, as Kaye and Lily bring Harriet and Richard's blind issues to light before dishing the dirt on Sophie and David's discoveries. Amanda wants to know why frank feelings were unleased when it came to her canine companion, Trudy. David and Sophie banish Harriet and Richard's bathroom blues, before confronting Kaye and Lily with their cleanliness critique. After opinions are aired and differences debated, the payments are revealed and the winner is announced.
The competition kicks off in Portsmouth at the Seacrest Hotel, where owner Antoinette Stretton and general manager Carmen Cretu hope their experience will set them apart.
The White Horse Hotel in Storrington, West Sussex, is today's venue. The discovery of damp is a cause for concern - and emotions run high as the scores are handed out.
The third visit of the week takes place at Deri-Down Guesthouse in Abergavenny, Wales, where husbands and wife Mike and Del Hayward hope to impress their rivals.
The final visit is to Royle Farm in Staffordshire, where mother and son Margaret and Fraser Mountford hope their farmhouse with a difference will capture the guests' imaginations.
The B&B owners meet up for a final showdown. First to seek some answers on their feedback are Antoinette and Carmen, who want to uncover Glenn and Leon's bedtime blues and share with Mike and Del why their feedback drove them `potty". Next, Glenn and Leon comb through Mike and Del's cleanliness comments, before delving into discussions of damp with Antoinette and Carmen. After opinions are aired and differences debated, the payments are revealed and the winner is announced.
Justin hosts at his traditional English pub, The Coachman Inn, in Hartford in Cheshire, where a breakfast bombshell and the nearby train station threaten to derail his guests' stay
Tina and her daughter Kay welcome their rivals to the Foxhall Village Guest House in Blackpool. But the shared facilities don't wash with their guests.
Raqeeb and Raj hope to pip their rivals to the post with their slick operation and competitive pricing at the Douglas Hotel in Hartlepool. But will a dinner ding-dong scupper their chances?
Mike and Sue host at Gables Pod Camping in Escomb in County Durham. Their guests are pleased with the pods, but some awkward tension leaves one guest on a sofa and another in a hot tub.
It's the final day and the B&Bers meet one last time to settle some scores and find out how much they've been paid. After some hosting roasting and dust disputes, the winner is announced.
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