Four in a Bed

February 2018
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Payment Day

3.0 2 x
It's the final day, and hosting skills, breakfasts, facilities and toilet brushes (twice) are just some of the sources of disagreement and tension. Who will be crowned best B&B of the week?
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East Thorne Yurts

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The final visit of the week is East Thorne Yurts in Bude, Cornwall, run by Naomi Black and her former Rugby Pro husband, Adam. The group take part in a boys vs girls archery competition.
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Park House

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The third visit is to Llandrindod Wells, where at colourful Park House owners Ian and Joan Barr provide an afternoon's entertainment with some Shetland ponies
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Allscott Mill

3.0 2 x
The second visit of the B&B competition is to Allscott Mill in Telford, Shropshire, where some guests feel that Ken's hosting skills leave a lot to be desired
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The Borgue Hotel

3.0 0 x
The first visit of the week is to Scotland and The Borgue Hotel, which Vince and Shirley Barrett run with military precision. But guests Ken and Elaine aren't keen on the orange towels.
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Payment Day

3.0 2 x
With all the visits over, the B&B owners come together to confront their rivals and discover what they've been paid
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Mariners Beachside

3.0 0 x
In Seaton, Devon, hosts Pat and Nigel pride themselves on their award-winning breakfast. At breakfast, the guests' expectations are high, and Nigel is under pressure to deliver.
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Dolphin Hotel

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In Exmouth, Devon, Jo Knowles takes her guests paintballing and to a floating restaurant for dinner. Suspicions are aroused over breakfast though.
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The Flower Pot

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In Sunbury on Thames owner Simon Bailey and French manager Pierre Cudon offer a stylish stay with a certain je ne sais quoi
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The Old Times Guesthouse

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Mother and daughter team Linda and Kelly Langdown take their guests go-karting. Jo's not taken with the lack of breakfast options and Kelly cuts corners with the hot drink orders.
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