What happens when other B and B owners stay at a rival's establishment? Will they rate it or hate it? Four In A Bed lets you find out!
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Season Finale: The B and B owners meet for the last time to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores. Price fixing, dirty laundry and bed sheet stains are all brought up.
The final visit is to the Lion and Swan in Congleton, where owner Paul and manager Matt set out to win. But problems begin as the guests begin to arrive.
The third visit 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.
The second visit is to Court House Unique Boutique B and B in Shelsley Walsh, where Keith and Lisa hold court. On arrival Ken and Sharon are impressed by their honeymoon suite and the seemingly low price.
We kick off a new week at The Richard III in Middleham, run by Ken and Sharon. As the guests arrive, mother and son Jo and Louis like the themed rooms, but find sleeping is a struggle.
It's the last day of the competition and tensions run high as the payments are finally revealed and the winner is announced.
Four proud B and B owners do battle to be named the best value for money. The final visit is to The Fritton Arms in Norfolk, where Ben Davenport and his partner Sian Dewaal aspire to run the perfect B and B.
The third visit is to SugarBeat Eating House in Norfolk where manager Stevie King and head chef Dave Lovett come in for a wake up call.
The second visit of the week is to Treberthan in Cornwall, where Kathryn Langley and Trevor Burnell nearly come unstuck at breakfast.
A new week of competition begins at Bove Town House in Glastonbury, where partners Shannon Slater-Dent and Trevor Tredgett make their bid to win over their guests.
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