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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 starts in Pencader, Wales and the School House B&B, owned by eco-friendly couple Jayne and her husband Ian Hall-Edwards, where they hope their environmental approach will win over their guests. That afternoon guests aren't all buzzing on an energy sufficient tour, but Felicity's surprising knowledge makes others green with envy. At dinner, Ian reveals his hosting skills might not be up to scratch and eyebrows are raised at straight talking colleagues Jo and Neil. At breakfast, assumptions are made of businessman Raj but it's the feedback which reveals to the hosts what standards are expected and sets this week's competition in motion.
The second visit is to Cathedral 73 in Cardiff, Wales, managed by Neil Chidzey and assistant manager Jo Goodwin. On arrival guests are wowed by the glamorous rooms but retired banker Raj is shocked to find the breakfast is not included in the room price, and couple Jayne and Ian are in a jam about their swollen door. That afternoon, the guests embark on some cake decorating and it doesn't take long for them to suss out Neil and Jo's competitive spirit. At dinner, Neil grinds Felicity's gears as he reveals she must pay for parking and revelations of their hosts experience leaves guests concerned about the competition. At breakfast, the costs prove hard to swallow for guests and come feedback Jo and Neil are ready for a battle.
For the third visit of the week the group head to Leafy Suburban B&B in Northwood, Hertfordshire, where competitive golfer Raj Kumar opens the doors to his home. On arrival Jayne isn't keen to take her shoes off, but both Neil and Jo dish up the dirt and aren't impressed with a surprise visitor in their bed. That afternoon the guests take a swing at some golfing, but some guests aren't massively keen to play ball. Come morning there are rumblings at the table as Raj is caught out trying to impress his guests with a superior spread and results in an explosive moment. But it's at feedback where Raj gets a taste of what they all really thought, and feelings turn sour.
The final visit is to The Wellington Inn in Welwyn, Hertfordshire where resources manager Felicity Rainbow takes a spiritual approach to hosting - cleansing her rooms' auras and encouraging her guests to chat to them and feel their vibe. On arrival, the guests are wowed by a quirky mixture of old and new, but shy away from the stand-alone slipper baths. And while Jayne and Raj feel indulged by the luxury touches, Jo and Neil are soon digging up some dirt. At dinner, Felicity reveals her spiritual side and tensions rise when Raj shares his changing impressions of Jo and Neil. In the morning, Felicity's breakfast service doesn't quite go to plan. Come feedback, it's Neil and Jo's scores that Felicity can't stomach.
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 School House B&B is first and host, Jayne Hall-Edwards is taking guests back to basics over her green policy. Next, Neil Chidzey and Jo Goodwin from Cathedral 73 want to challenge their guests over costings. Raj Kumar from Leafy Suburban B&B is keen to settle some scores, but it's the payments that lead to explosive moments and raised voices. Finally, it's The Wellington Inn and Felicity Rainbow discusses Jo and Neil's feedback, and payments leaves guests red faced. After bitter rebukes and apologies, the winner is finally announced.
Four proud B&B owners battle to be named best value for money. The competition starts in Grosmont, North Yorkshire and Grosmont House B&B, owned by mother and daughter Selma Khan and Roxy Khan-Williams; they hope their personal touch and attention to detail will win over their competitors. On arrival, the B&Bers are impressed by the high standard of their rooms, although ceiling height is an issue for the tallest guest. That afternoon, a ride on the North York Moors Railway gets things off on the right tracks but rivalries begin to emerge. At breakfast, there's a problem with the pre-orders, but nothing that worries Selma and Roxy come feedback.
The second visit is to Monkspool B&B in Twyning, Gloucestershire, owned by husband and wife Paulo and Suzi Lacey who pride themselves on their top-quality mattresses. On arrival, the beds impress the guests, although there are worries on the location of the lavs. That afternoon, during a game of pub skittles, the two alpha males in the group lock horns, and the bravado continues at dinner, with Paulo revealing how he won Suzi over during a clay pigeon shoot. Come breakfast, Paulo's serving skills are put to the test, but it's pro-chef Marius' eggs-acting standards that leave a bitter taste at feedback.
For the third visit this week, the group head to Pymgate Lodge Hotel in Cheadle, where Romanian husband and wife Michael and Leda Ardeleanu believe their hosting skills will win the day. On arrival Paulo and Suzi's expectations fail to take off, while the other guests pick up on the basic facilities in the rooms. During an afternoon visit to Manchester Airport, some of the competitors sense that Paulo and Suzi have disembarked from the rest of the group. At dinner, the rumblings about feedback continue and some of the B&Bers are surprised by Michael and Leda's breakfast business model. The next morning, multiple orders leave Leda in a fix and one of the couples serve up feedback that leaves a bad taste in the hosts' mouth.
The final visit of the week is to The Stag and Huntsman in Hambleden, Oxfordshire, managed by South African chef Marius Pretorius and his partner Sarah Harris. A pub, restaurant and bed and breakfast, they have a lot on their plate but strive to maintain high standards in all areas. On arrival most of the guests are wowed by their rooms, but for bed specialists Paulo and Suzi, their mattress lacks any bounce. That afternoon, during a rowing competition, Marius and Sarah's drive and determination are picked up on by their guests. At dinner, Marius and Sarah are on a charm offensive, but not everyone believes the warmth around the table is genuine. At breakfast, Marius's professional chef skills aren't appreciated by everyone and there's an unexpected guest, which is the fly in the ointment come feedback.
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. Grosmont House B&B is first, and hosts Selma Khan and Roxy Khan-Williams want to put mattress matters to rest. Next, Paulo and Suzi Lacey from Monkspool B&B are reluctant to engage with their fiercest critics but don't get away with that approach for long. Michael and Leda Ardeleanu from Pymgate Lodge Hotel are third and are keen to learn why one couple wouldn't come back and stay, leading to an early check out around the table. Finally, Marius Pretorius and Sarah Harris from the Stag and Huntsman take things personally as they look for answers on their feedback. After bitter rebukes and mounting tension the payments are revealed before the winner is finally announced.
Four proud B&B owners battle to be named best value for money. The competition starts in Weymouth, at The Somerset House Hotel, run by couple Adam Borton and Holly Syme, who hope their boutique style rooms and BBQ breakfast will whet their guests' appetite. On arrival, guests Sam and Mandy are blown away by their surroundings, but Belinda and Brenda aren't fans of the noise and find the sofa bed to be a bad bunk. In the morning, the BBQ breakfast gets a grilling and Sandeep and Vaishalee's revelations leave the group with high expectations. In their feedback, Belinda and Brenda lay out their issues with the fold out bed, leaving their hosts restless as they prepare for the next visit.
The second visit of the week is to the seaside town of Dawlish in Devon, where the owner of The Knitting Hotel, Belinda Harris-Reid, and her colleague Brenda Watson hope their guests get excited about all things woolly. Most of the guests embrace the hotel's theme, but the minimal feel to the rooms leaves Adam and Holly berating the lack of the basics. In the afternoon, Belinda and Brenda immerse their guests in the knitting experience by running one of their masterclasses. At dinner, Belinda imparts her passion for her project, before revealing a theatrical past, which comes as no surprise to her guests. Sandeep and Vaishalee discuss the high star rating at their place, which leaves the others picturing perfection. In the morning, Adam and Holly reveal that their sleep went off track, and leave feedback that makes Belinda and Brenda feel stitched up.
For the third visit of the week the group head to Stade Court Hotel in Hythe in Kent, where the owners, Sandeep and Vaishalee Chawla, have a hosting policy of treating their guests like a god. But some guests have cleanliness concerns, with Holly and Adam having to call in the management. At dinner, Sandeep and Vaishalee reveal that they have self-certified themselves as having a five-star service, which is questioned by Brenda and Belinda. In the morning, Sam and Mandy are blown away by the buffet, but the breakfast doesn't live up to some guests' expectations, and they serve up feedback that the hosts can't stomach.
Mandy McCready and her assistant Sam Gould welcome their rivals to the Goodlife Guest House, a family business in Harwich in Essex. As the guests pull into the car park, the location is met with raised eyebrows but the B&Bers are pleasantly surprised when they see their rooms. During an afternoon of crabbing on Harwich pier, Sandeep and Vaishalee reveal that they're still struggling to shake off Belinda's feedback. And tensions rise at dinner, as Sandeep asks why Belinda and Brenda wouldn't return to his place. In the morning, breakfast confusion leads to feedback that Mandy and Sam find hard to swallow.
It's the final day of the competition and the B&B owners meet for the last time to find out how much they've been paid and to settle some scores. Adam Borton and Holly Syme from The Somerset House Hotel want to put Belinda and Brenda's sleeping issues to bed. Then Belinda Harris-Reid and Brenda Watson from The Knitting Hotel question Adam and Holly's comments, wanting to find out if their criticism was just tit for tat. Sandeep and Vaishalee Chawla dust off the concerns about their cleanliness and dÃ©cor. And Mandy and Sam from The Goodlife Guesthouse want to clear up the breakfast confusion. And then the payments are revealed and the winner is announced.
Four proud B&B owners battle to be named best value for money. The first visit of the week is to Inn at the Park in Aberdeen, where, for owners Ronnie and Steph Caird, it's all about keeping it in the family. On arrival, design conscious father and son duo Steve and Allard take a trip back in time, and guest John isn't flushed with praise for his bathroom. At dinner, John reveals his culinary background, piling on the pressure for Ronnie to deliver a good breakfast. But it's Fiona and Shauna's sizable confession that raises the eyebrows. Come morning, Ronnie has a breakfast to forget, but it's the bathroom blues that leave Ronnie and Steph seeking answers from their guests.
The second visit of the week is to Renfrewshire and Ingliston Country club, where events manager Shauna Kirk and sales manager Fiona Gallagher are a force to be reckoned with. On arrival, Steve and Allard aren't feeling the dated dÃ©cor, and John proves one-size doesn't fit all. In Ronnie and Steph's room they're blown away by the competition, but feel perfection comes at a price. Over dinner, Shauna and Fiona's roles at the business are under the spotlight, before the tables are turned on the next hosts Steve and Allard. Having revealed they built their place themselves, the other B&Bers have huge expectations. Come morning, the guests play the waiting game at breakfast with John feeling well and truly mugged off, leading to feedback that causes a storm in a teacup.
For the third visit this week the group head to 1692 Wasdale, in the Lake District, where owners Steve and Allard Newell have proudly built their B&B from the ground up. On arrival Fiona and Shauna find the place picture perfect, but the technology proves tricky for Ronnie and Steph. John's room cannot brush off some cleanliness concerns, leading to a far from sparkling stay. At dinner John reveals he sees himself as a trendsetter in the industry, and come morning, his boasts continue, claiming that when the competition comes to him, his guests will be sampling the best breakfast in Blackpool. But it's Steve and Allard's hosting at their breakfast that isn't to John's taste, serving up feedback that confuses his hosts.
The last visit of the week is to Blackpool and the Lynbar Hotel, where owner John O' Donnell is feeling confident among the competition. On arrival, there are problems with the parking for Ronnie and Steph, and Steve and Allard are quick to size up their room. At dinner, John's industry credentials are examined, before the spotlight shifts to people's thoughts on Blackpool itself. Come morning, John's boasts of the best breakfast in Blackpool are put to the test, but it's the feedback on his facilities that leave a bad taste in John's mouth.
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. Inn at the Park are up first, and owners Ronnie and Steph Caird are aiming to clean up John's toilet troubles. Next up are colleagues Fiona Gallagher and Shauna Kirk from Ingliston Country Club, who want to clear up the storm in a tea cup. Steve and Allard Newell from 1692 Wasdale want to lend some tech support to Ronnie and Steph after their feedback revealed confusion over the controls. And finally, it's the Lynbar Hotel, where owner John O'Donnell is looking to park Ronnie and Steph's facility issues once and for all. After questions are answered and payments revealed, the winners of the best value B&B are finally announced.
Four proud B and B owners battle to be named best value for money. The competition starts at the Ship Inn in Dymchurch, Kent run by 21-year-old partners James Tindall and Jessica Walton, who believe age is but a number. On arrival, guests Lloyd and Marta lap up the luxury, however in Amanda and Becci's room, they uncover a bit of bother with the bedding. At dinner, the hosts reveal their B and B background which divides opinion among the group. Next morning, the heat is on as Duncan has had a restless night, and over breakfast, a frank airing of views sets the standard for the week, before feedback that sees the hosts lose their cool.
The second visit is to Thompson Hall Retreat in Norfolk, run by mother and daughter duo Amanda Benton and Becci Howlett. On arrival, everyone is wowed by the stylish shepherd huts that include an outside bath, but it's not long before Lloyd and Marta feel disconnected and are visited by some little friends. At dinner, Amanda surprises her guests with a career revelation, which draws comparisons with Lloyd and Marta's background and how they got into the industry. At breakfast, the guests' cooking skills are put to the test with a DIY breakfast basket, but the great outdoors isn't to everyone's taste. And when it comes to feedback, some comments leave a sour taste in the mouths of the hosts.
The third visit this week is to The White House, in Swansea, owned by entrepreneurs Lloyd and Marta Smith. On arrival, the guests receive a welcome that leaves two pairs scratching their heads, while James and Jessica have a toilet encounter in their room which they'll never forget. At dinner, the story of Lloyd and Marta's romance begins to win some of guests around, but a revelation about their management style confirms Duncan and Ryan's suspicions. Come morning, the outsourced breakfast at a nearby restaurant proves to be the biggest talking point, which leads to feedback the hosts find hard to swallow.
The final visit is to Jacobs Plough in Bicester, Oxfordshire, run by manager Duncan Froomes and bar supervisor Ryan Hunt who like to mix banter with business. On arrival, James and Jessica struggle to air their issues, Lloyd and Marta leave no stone unturned, and Amanda and Becci have the bathroom blues. At dinner things soon turn awkward as Lloyd and Marta pick the place apart. Come breakfast, the criticism continues, with feedback that leaves the hosts praying for a miracle.
It's the final day of the competition and the B and B owners meet for the last time to find out what they've been paid and settle some scores. The Ship Inn is up first, with managers James Tindall and Jessica Walton wanting to let off steam about the surprise comments which made their visit a heated affair. Next, mother-and-daughter duo Amanda Benton and Becci Howlett from Thompson Hall Retreat hope to crack their breakfast feedback, but it's one pair's payment that really leaves a bad taste in the mouth. Third hosts Lloyd and Marta Smith from The White House in Swansea want answers from Duncan and Ryan after they scored them a 1 for hosting. Finally, it's Duncan Froomes and Ryan Hunt from Jacobs Plough, who suspect dirty tactics are afoot when it comes to their cleanliness comments. After dramatic discoveries and frank exchanges, the payments are revealed, and the winners finally announced.
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