Four in a Bed

June 2019

Series 13 Episode 52 The Knitting Hotel

3.3 4 x
Belinda and Brenda welcome their rivals to The Knitting Hotel in Dawlish in Devon. But Adam and Holly berate the lack of basics, and their feedback leaves their hosts feeling stitched up.
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Payment Day

3.0 0 x
The B&Bers meet for one last time to find out what they've been paid and confront their critics. And some of Robin's petty marks over the week are thrown to the group for discussion.
23:46

Dent Station

3.0 0 x
Final host of the week is Robin Hughes of the converted Dent Station in the Yorkshire Dales. Robin organises a butchery competition and high end grub nearby.
23:46

The Fairway

3.0 0 x
David and Erica Hensley, owners of The Fairway in Blackpool, bring some classic Blackpool fun to the mix as the group take on some local zombies in a horror walk
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Rigsby's Guest House

3.0 0 x
Second to host is Morris Cockman, who runs Rigsby's Guest House in Hertford. Morris's tattoos have raised eyebrows, while his attempt to entertain his guests at a local zoo isn't a hit with everyone.
23:46

The Old Stables

3.0 0 x
Nina Dodd and husband Andy welcome guests to their Scandinavian-style accommodation at The Old Stables, Somerset, where some guests are dubious about the no-shoes policy.

Series 13 Episode 51 The Somerset House Hotel

4.0 2 x
The competition starts in Weymouth, Dorset at The Somerset House Hotel, run by couple Adam and Holly, who hope their boutique rooms and BBQ breakfast will whet their guests' appetite
23:48

Payment Day

3.0 0 x
It's feedback time, and the rival owners meet to find out what they've been paid. Some are ready for a fight and are disarmed by one owner's plan to 'kill with kindness'.
23:48

The Peaks Inn

3.0 0 x
It's the fourth and final B&B of the week, and the hosts are publicans Craig and Marie Harris of The Peaks Inn, Derbyshire. Some guests are underwhelmed both by the place and the activity.
23:48

Sea-La-Vie

3.0 6 x
Mother and daughter team Eileen and Jannika Hopeakoski open their doors at Sea-La-Vie for the third visit, and the guests think the stylish rooms are a fine vintage.
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