Three in a Bed
3 Series, 31 Episodes
It's payment day, and the group is close to breaking point as they battle through their issues, with dramatic consequences and an admission of game-playing before the winner is announced
Tensions are running high in the group as Mark and Jan Rummery welcome their guests to The Ivybridge in Goodwick, Wales, and relationships disintegrate at dinner
At The Lansdowne in the Cotswolds, hosts Cheryle and Anthony Katz hope their hospitality expertise will charm their way to the top, but a personal attack leaves them fuming...
The second visit of the week is to La Tavola Calda in Nuneaton where Italian born Mick and Chris Emanuele run their budget B&B, and a George Michael tribute act is the star attraction
The competition starts at No.33 Hunstanton, where Janie Thompson and Gemma Layfield hope their touch of luxury will help win the day. But some unexpected feedback leaves them smarting.
It's the last day of the competition and tensions run high. Kate and Karlos have some explaining to do but are left in tears. The payments are revealed and the winner is announced.
The final visit is to Amble and The Wellwood, owned by chef Jules Tagger and partner Jan Latimer, where a joke leads to accusations of sabotage and the guests have a feeling of déjà vu...
As the guests head to The Albert in Scarborough, hosts Pauline and Mike Hirst have to deal with tensions in a fracturing group, and there's a shock in store for Jules and Jan
In Aberdeen and The Registry Guest House, simmering tensions cause problems for hosts Bob Calder and Kirsty Laird, and Bob's strict no baked beans policy is put in to action.
At The Abertay Guest House near Dundee, owners Kate and Karlos Victor are judged by the toughest critics of all: their peers, leaving them crushed and vowing revenge
It's the final day and the B&B owners are meeting for the last time to settle some scores. Tensions are in the air and issues are debated before the winner is revealed.
The final visit is to The Old Rectory in Wales, where Cameron Thomas is forced to show more than just his professional side, and the competition heats up with an afternoon of canoe racing
The third visit is to The Talbot in Dorset, where Erika Watt and Ellie Gill's rooms don't live up to first impressions. Come feedback, some of the comments send them into fits of giggles.
The second visit is to Sue's B&B in Trowbridge where despite the home from home approach, cracks in the group are starting to show and a communal table has its awkward moments
The competition starts at The Park Hotel in Gloucestershire where couple Lauren Abraham and Callum Hogg make their bid for the prize, but some robust feedback leaves them wanting answers
It's payment day. Two sets of hosts query breakfast feedback. Sam and Nathan want more detail on their hosting skills. Richard and Sheryl ask about some guests' sleep issues. But who's won?
At Richard and Sheryl's Buzzard House, a pancake cook-off illuminates the clash of characters between Tina and Sheryl, but a different side of Sheryl is revealed at dinner
At The King's Head, Sam and Nathan's guests want to know how their young hosts ended up with such a large business. Tina's not happy when Sheryl reveals she's a cordon-bleu trained chef.
The guests at The Orangery get competitive on a jumping tower, and host Vicky's determined to jump from higher than young Sam and Nathan. Tina and Mike are hard to please at breakfast.
A spicy salsa class as Brovey Lair in Norfolk horrifies two guests, while host Tina discovers that she's not the only foodie in the group. And there's open-plan breakfast controversy.
It's payment day, and grievances are aired before the winner is finally revealed. Denise and Jackie from Newton House wait to see if high marks can translate into high payments.
The group head to Colchester and Wakes Hall Lodges, where Marianne and Deina hope their brand of luxe will win the day, but some guests think the 'luxury' breakfast hamper is anything but
Tensions are simmering as the guests head to The White House in Brighton run by Sean Edlin and Kathryn Turnbull, and the group have to decide whether they're getting value for money
The second visit is to The Highlands Pub in Blackpool, where Mike Hayes and Neal Widdowson are all about value for money. But some north/south snobbery divisions surface at dinner.
The first visit of the week is to Newton House in Knaresborough run by organic foodies Denise Carter and Jackie Fennell, who feel confident that the breakfasts have set the bar high
It's the final day in the competition and tensions run high with allegations of tit for tat scoring and a barrage of criticism. The payments are revealed and the winner is announced.
The last visit is to The Crown & Kitchen in East Linton, Scotland where tensions come close to breaking point. Yvonne and Gail leave no mattress unturned as they go in to super sleuth mode.
Relationships are strained and cracks start to show as the group travel to the third visit at The Canberra Guest House in Blackpool. And one of the guests ruffles more than just feathers.
The second visit is to Scotia House in Harrogate where host Marie suspects some of her guests are seeking revenge. Can she impress with deluxe teddy bears and a Northern Soul dance off?
The first visit is to Alston House in Cumbria where Michael Allchorne and his wife Carole are brimming with confidence. But things get hairy for one guest and the hosts are left reeling.
It's the final day in the competition and the fur flies as Jade tackles Matthew over feedback for The Bateman's Mill. The group thrash out their differences and the winners are revealed.
The last visit is to The Bateman's Mill near Chesterfield, where Jade Hendon and Diana Yates aim to be the best, but David and Susan are quick to find hairs in the bathroom
The third visit is to David and Susan Speak's Strawberry Gardens B&B in Heysham, where despite the home-from-home accommodation with lashings of northern hospitality, cracks start to show
The second visit is to The Partridge in Oxfordshire, where Matthew Cockman and Paula Szkwarkowska share a passion for organic food but the self-service breakfast has the guests up in arms
The first visit is to The Bell House Hotel in Wiltshire, where Chris Williams and Jacqui Hogg aim to bring city chic to the shires. But their absence at breakfast gets the criticism flowing.
It's the last day and Patrick has some serious questions for Jacqui and Jane, while Martin and Catherine have some explaining to do. Payments are revealed and the winner is announced.
The final visit is to Epstein House in Liverpool, where there's a competitive Beatles-themed game of charades, and some shocking revelations all round
The third visit is to The Busfeild Arms, East Morton, where hosts Martin and Catherine Crosswaite pride themselves on Yorkshire hospitality and Martin shocks the group by sharing his past
The competition moves to The Rising Sun Inn in Bath, where guests need to stick to a dress code for dinner, there's a competitive game of boules, and things get flirty over breakfast
The competition starts at The Oak Tree Cottage in Burley, where Jacqui Castle hopes her homely approach will win the day, but her communal breakfast doesn't go down well with some guests
It's the final day in the competition and the B&B owners meet for the last time to find out what they've been paid, and to settle some scores...
The final visit is to Soar Chapel Guest House in Wales, the family home of mum and daughter duo Lesley and Chloe Priestly. The group compete in beat-boxing, and old tensions resurface.
The third visit of the competition is to the luxury Halliwell House in Cheshire, owned by Martin Hulme and Sara Williams, where rooms have a hefty price tag of nearly £500 a night
The second visit is to Jasmine House in Lutterworth, Leicestershire, managed by no-frills Donna Taylor, where there's a kick-boxing lesson and some rather picky feedback
The competition kicks off at Keats Cottage in Shanklin on the Isle of Wight, where David and Ewa Woodward play host to some critical guests who don't all get along particularly well.
It's payment day and the owners meet for the last time. Everyone's gives frank feedback on their frank feedback, before they each find out how much they've been paid and who's won.
The last visit is to The New Inn in Talgarth, where ex-naval officer Damon Lewis is the sole captain of his ship. Wayne and Marc prepare to be brutally honest and Fay and Ray expect high standards.
At The Lion Hotel in Pontypool, manager Marc Harris and chef Wayne Williams aim to deliver top end service. But tension between guests simmers at dinner, and David and Donna find a nail in their room.
David and Donna Bletsoe Brown try to bring a touch of class to their woodland B&B in Northampton. But Fay and Ray are on the warpath and uncover a mucky mattress.
Fay and Ray's colourful and cluttered décor shocks their guests at the Shiralee B&B in Salisbury. But it's the feedback that shocks Fay and Ray.