Come Dine with Me
28 Series, 1104 Episodes
The B&B owners gather for the last time to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores. What will Kevin have to say about his graffiti?
Last to host are Stacey Walsham and Gemma Dyche from The Gate Hangs High in Hook Norton, Oxfordshire, where they hope their dog-friendly accommodation will go down a treat
The third visit is to The Riverside House Hotel in Mildenhall. Ged and Suzanne take their guests on a team-building exercise, on which Stacey and Gemma's competitive streak is revealed.
The second visit is to Duxford Lodge in Cambridgeshire, run by ex-phone salesman Kevin Patel. Problems at breakfast time lead to some stiff criticism in the feedback.
The first visit of the week is to Stockton Mill B&B in Shropshire, where Stephen and Caroline Cox hope to provide a home from home. At breakfast, guest Kevin reveals his devious streak.
The competitors meet for the final time to find out who's won. Bones of contention include a missing biscuit, marks on a toilet seat and why one guest refused to stay the night...
The final visit is to The R Inn in Desborough. Relationships within the group break down to such an extent that one of them refuses to stay overnight.
The competition continues at Ann's Farmhouse in Thornton, Yorkshire. Tensions among the group are never far from the surface, and come to a head during an egg and spoon race.
The second visit of the week is to The Redstone in Blackpool. The mood quickly turns sour during an afternoon of cake decorating, and one of the guests doesn't turn up for breakfast.
The competition kicks off at The Admiral Hotel in central London, where prices are high and a dinner conversation leads to accusations of sexism
The B&B owners meet to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores after being offended by some of the feedback they've received
The final visit of the contest is to The New Court Hotel in Usk, where Clare and Fran host. There are peppery eggs, missing mushrooms, and accusations of tactical feedback.
The third visit of the week is to The Crown at Whitchurch in Herefordshire, where hosts Tom and Samara take their guests on an assault course which stirs up their competitiveness.
The second visit is to Seashells B&B in Sutton-on-Sea, where owners Michelle and Rob Earp hope their simple B&B with an animal twist will win the day. But their feedback leaves them angry.
The first visit is to the Bridge Hotel in Scunthorpe with new owners Martin and Hannah Weaver. There are cleanliness issues, a pet pig and some harsh scoring.
On the last day of the competition, tensions mount and grievances are aired before the winner is finally revealed. Can Stephen from The Pheasant explain his motives?
The last visit is to The Pheasant in Brill, where fur flies as host and chef Stephen Orr reveals he hasn't been entirely honest, and is left questioning if everyone has played fair
The guests are challenged when they visit The Big Green Bus in Lewes, where they spend the night on a converted double decker, and simmering tensions leave a nasty taste at breakfast
The second visit is to Langmead Guest House in Ramsgate, where owners Derek and Lynne Love are all about keeping it simple. But Charlotte and Lucy are horrified to find moths in the bed.
The first visit is to Acqua Beach in Weymouth, where Charlotte and Lucy hope their designer décor will impress
It's the last day of the competition and there's tension in the air. After some surprising payments, axes to grind, and plenty of friction, the winner is announced.
The last visit of the week is to Tarr Farr Inn on Exmoor, where hosts Hilary Lester and Stacey Wade have to deal with tensions among their guests, one of whom is on the warpath
The third visit is to Pebbles B&B in Devon, the family home of Peter Morris. But not everyone likes the homely approach, and at feedback, Peter faces up to some home truths.
The second visit is to the Islington Mill B&B in Salford, where hosts Joe Spencer and Louise Woodcock have a shock in store. And the menu-less vegan breakfast doesn't please all the guests.
Kicking off proceedings is The Cholmeley Arms in Lincolnshire, where John and Lesley Berry hope their country pub with rooms will impress, but come feedback, they are left wanting answers
It's the payment day and accusations fly. There are storm outs, arguments and tension before the payments are revealed and the winner announced.
The guests head to Grimscote Manor Hotel in Birmingham, Gill Etheridge and Steve Cuddy, who aim for elegant sophistication but have to deal with tensions in a fracturing group
The guests head to The Falcon Hotel in Whittlesey, Peterborough. Hosts Colin and Michelle Wilson hope their no-frills pub will impress, but draw the battle lines when it comes to feedback.
The second visit is to Stoneleigh B&B in Trowbridge, where ex teachers Meg and Andy's family home is put under the microscope, and things take a bitter turn at feedback
The competition kicks off at The Farmyard Inn in The Peak District, where Susan Day and best friend Andrea Scott struggle to deal with their harsh feedback
It's the final day of the competition and the rival B&B owners are meeting for the last time. Crystals on the Prom is first up and hosts Amanda Lucia-Charley and Alan Talbot take a bashing.
Finishing off the competition is glamping site Camp Katur in Kirklington, where Kerry Roy and Nicola Wilding hope to wow the guests with their unique 'geodomes' and see-through pods
The week's third visit is to The Red Lion Country Inn in Upper Poppleton, North Yorkshire, where practical pair Mark and Jean Lee hope their plain and simple pub B&B will impress
The second visit is to Crystals on The Prom in Blackpool, where Amanda Lucia-Charley, joined by friend Alan Talbot, hopes her unique and theatrical design decisions will win the day
The competition starts in Filey, North Yorkshire, at The White Lodge Hotel, where hosts James and Kim Hodgson hope their love of luxury and high standards will win over their guests
There are accusations of tactics, polyester bedding feedback controversy, tension, tears and tough words as the B&B owners meet to find out what they've been paid.
Kev and Tor run meditation and mindfulness breaks on their narrowboat near Rugby, but their guests aren't impressed by the communal living and diminutive facilities
There are single bed grumbles and breakfast problems at Nigel and Pok U's B&B and Cantonese restaurant, the Bingham Townhouse in Nottinghamshire
Andrew and James hope to provide boutique on a budget at the Rose and Crown near Bolton, but they only have eight months of experience, and two guests are accused of attempted bribery...
Alison and Lynda hope their eco credentials will impress their guests at the Miners Arms at Nenthead in Cumbria, but not all of their guests are happy about their shared bathrooms
It's the last day of the competition and tensions run high as the payments are revealed and the winner announced. The group is close to breaking point as they battle through their issues.
The last B&B in the week's competition is Woodlands Guest House in Exmoor, owned by fitness fanatic Lesley Hawker and her husband Steve. But revenge is in the air for Shelley and Linda...
The group head to the Rose and Crown in Tenbury Wells, run by Chris and Sarah Whitehead, who hope their industrial factory neighbour won't detract from the charms of their historic pub
The second visit is to The Thomas Paine Hotel in Thetford, where experienced host Gez Chetal must face up to faults with his facilities, but he's left thinking not everyone's playing fair
The competition starts at The Five Bells near Dover, where Shelley Parnell and her mum Linda Yates realise being judged by their peers is tough but hope their bargain B&B will win the day.
Four proud B&B owners do battle. It's the last day of the competition and accusations fly as the payments are finally revealed and the winner is announced.
Four B&B owners do battle. The final visit is to Wells and The White Hart, owned by Tudor Hopkins. Despite pulling out all the stops not all the guests are won over.
Four proud B&B owners do battle to be named best value for money. As the guests head to Hawthorn House in Witney, host Alison Smallman has to deal with tensions in a fracturing group.
Four B&B owners do battle to be named best value for money. The second visit is to Devon and Barton Gate Farm, where harsh criticism has hosts, Julian and Paula Francis, up in arms.
Four more B&B owners go head to head. At Penwinnick House in St Austell, owner Tim Styles is judged by the toughest critics of all: his peers.