Claire Hilton is first to host, at Robertsbrook Guesthouse in Swanage. Claire's first guests Lynn Self and Ziggy Broome are dubious about the cleanliness of their bedroom.
Quirky couple Lynn Self and Ziggy Broome hope to impress with their two-star paradise Eden Lodge. But from the start the guests are wildly unimpressed by their surroundings.
Dexby Townhouse in Cardiff is in run by Charlotte Church's parents, James and Maria, who lay on a day of white-water rafting and a magic show for the evening.
It is the last stay of the competition and the turn of newlyweds Pip Easby and Nicky Lesser-Easby, who run Muddifords Court Country House in Devon
There are tears, outrage and arguments as the group meet one last time to find out exactly how much they have been paid by their fellow hoteliers, and to air their grievances face to face.
First to host this time is Mrs Tee in the New Forest. Mrs Tee's eccentric ways charm the guests on arrival. But not everyone's room is up to scratch.
It's Alistair and Emma Mundell's turn to host in sleepy Lynton, North Devon, at their four-star Castle Hill Guesthouse, which only opened three months ago
The competition heads north to Blackpool, where fun-loving pranksters John and Neil have hatched a plan to pay back Alistair for being a self-confessed Blackpool-hater
For the final visit the group checks into Mark Crib's boutique B&B in Bournemouth. With top prices of £170 the chic rooms come with all mod cons and super deluxe bathrooms.
The hosts meet for one last time to find out what they've been paid and to thrash out their differences. And there's soon trouble as Mrs Tee and Alistair and Emma clash over their scores.
Jon Shorrock and his wife Julia run the four-star B&B Derwent House in West Sussex. They take the boys to the local shooting range and the girls for an afternoon at the local spa.
The hosts are soul mates Peter and Sharron Sorsky, who share the warmth of their Liverpool home with the week's guests. They've got a trip to Knowsley Safari Park in store.
It's Andy and Julian Banner-Price's turn to host the competition at their swanky Plas Dinas Country House in Snowdonia, where they've allocated their guests their priciest rooms.
The final B&B of the week is Annette McAnespie's Hazelwood Farm in Crake, Yorkshire. Hyperactive Annette has lined up her idea of fun for her guests: a cycling tour.
It's been a week of waterworks, tall tales and breakfast scrambles, but who is going to end up with the final prize? And with the competition over, will anyone want to see each other again?
Melvyn and Sindy start the competition at their B&B the PitStop in Hertfordshire. But their guests are dubious about the satin sheets and the DIY breakfast.
Corporate couple Gill and Peter Tydie host at the Victory at Mersea, their four-star B&B in Essex, which features 26 staff to organise the bar, restaurant and accommodation.
It's Dave 'Butterfly' Botha's turn to host at his two-star establishment Butterfly Paragliding B&B on the Isle of Wight, where he opts for a BBQ dinner despite the freezing weather.
It's the turn of Deborah Morrison and Wayne Bingham to host at their B&B, Braddon Hall in Torquay, where a game of archery causes allegations of unfair play to fly.
The B&B owners gather one last time to find out how much they've been paid and reveal the winner. And Gill and Peter from the Victory bristle at the negative feedback and two underpayments.
Simon White and friend and neighbour Shirley Boyle are first to host at The Old Hall Country House in the picturesque village of Madeley in Cheshire
Cat-lover Eileen Finn welcomes guests to her four-star B&B in Allendale, Northumbria. But Eileen's beloved and very large Maine Coon cats are not to all of her guests' liking.
Jessica and Adrian Rashleigh hope the beautiful Cornish coastal surroundings will make up for the snugness of their three bed outfit in St Ives. Will their guests agree?
The last to host are Tim and Karen in Bournemouth. The guests are impressed with the 16-bed 'pink palace', and Eileen is delighted by the feline memorabilia left in her room.
It's payment day and Simon of Old Hall Country House is stunned by a generous overpayment, while Eileen from Thornley is on the receiving end of some harsh criticism