The first visit is to Edenmore Guest House in Ardrossan, Scotland, where host Hugh Begbie hopes his guests aren't the touchy-feely type
In Yorkshire, host Diane Lowe makes the most of her area's Calendar Girls connections and the battle is on to create the best Victoria sponge
In Oxfordshire, hosts Andrew and Jeanette Collette's rural retreat is a bit too peaceful for some of their louder guests
The final visit of the week is to the George and Dragon, in Princes Risborough, where landlords Ian and Elle hope an afternoon of ghost-hunting will put their guests in high spirits
Emotions run high as the rivals confront each other face to face and discover what they've been paid, before the winner is announced.
The competition starts at 20 Albany Street in Edinburgh where English-born Denise Walker and daughter Heather hope their B and B takes the high road to success
In Callander, Scotland, Tom and Angela Jones hope everyone is up for their morning bagpipe routine. Most guests are impressed by the cleanliness, but the 'Tom show' gets a mixed reception.
The competition comes to Skegness, where Kath Milward comes in for criticism over her hosting
The last visit of the competition is to Wolds Village in Bainton, East Yorkshire, where owners Chris and Sally Brealey have created themed rooms they hope fulfil their guests' fantasies!
The owners come together for the last time to settle some scores and discover how much they've been paid, before the winner is revealed.
The competition starts at Langsmeade House in Thame, Oxfordshire, with Dutch-born owner Marianne Aben and her trusty housekeeper Fran Birchwood
Natasha and Dai Pollock juggle the demands of bringing up a young family with running their B&B, Stratford House
The third visit is to pet-friendly Edmund House in Deal in Kent where owner Michael Prime is joined by his doting mum Lorna
The last visit is to the Five Bells Pub in Berkshire, where entrepreneur Mark Genders hopes his guests will think his small rooms are perfectly formed
It's the final day in the competition and the B&Bers face the music, as they meet to discover what they've been paid and confront their critics over their feedback.
The competition moves to Trecarne House in Liskeard, Cornwall, run and owned by Trish and Tom Brock-Morgan
The competition moves to Windsor, where Captain Dominic Read runs the Magna Carta, a five-star floating B&B
Rayne and Chris Deal run Ash Cottage in Kent. The unique décor isn't everyone's cup of tea and Trish and Tom get heated over the instant coffee.
The final visit is to A Room with a View Hotel in Brighton where Stephen Bull and housekeeper Joanna Harris wow the guests, but the wheels come off at breakfast
The B&B owners come together for one last time. Tensions run high as the winner is revealed.
At the Nateby Inn in Cumbria, landlady Gaynor Walker's guests get competitive at a brewery cask-rolling competition, before one of her guests, Bob, reveals that he used to live in a cave
Owners Graham and Julia Ashley run Outfields Farm Bed and Breakfast in Ravensden, Bedfordshire, where they treat their guests to an adrenaline-fuelled afternoon at an indoor sky diving centre
In London, artist Bob Osborne takes a laid-back approach to running his B&B, At Home, in Chiswick...
The final visit of the week is to Chard in Somerset where Andrew and Clare Ashmore own the Ammonite Lodge guesthouse. Andrew and Clare hope to bowl their guests over with a game of skittles.
It's time for the B&B-ers to face the music, as they come together one last time to find out what they've been paid and confront their critics
The competition kicks off at Abbey House in Penrith, Cumbria, where Ian Sugden and his wife Sam treat their guests to an afternoon on the firing range and fancy bacon for breakfast
Lisa Holloway prides herself on providing a home from home for her guests. Sadly, Sam and Ian Sugden are disappointed by the dust, while Dave and Jo find Lisa's prices hard to swallow.
At the White Horse pub and B&B in Ripon, North Yorkshire, Dave and Jo Bate hope the guests will embrace the pub vibe and an afternoon of Morris dancing in front of the ancient cathedral
Retired teachers Ed and Jane Mitchell shock their guests by offering a shared bathroom. But that's nothing compared to Sam and Ian Sugden's reaction to what they find lurking beneath their bed.
The B&Bers gather for one last time to find out who has won and to thrash out their differences. And a heated exchange about cleaning leads to tears.
On the Isle of Man, owners Fiona and John Anderson hope their guests will embrace the green ethos of Knockaloe Beg farm
The second visit is to The Arches on the Isle of Man where ex-demolition man Phil Routledge is proud of his super-modern B&B, which was voted the best on the Isle of Man
The third visit is to The Trafford Hotel in Blackpool. Owners Robbie and John Welling are proud of their traditional bucket and spade B&B, and on arrival, the guests are pleasantly surprised.
The last visit of the week is to the grand Sheepy Lodge in Warwickshire where empty-nester Julie loves to fill her manor house with people, as long as they don't order poached eggs
It's the final day of the competition to be named best value for money, and the rival B&Bers meet to settle scores and discover what they've been paid, before the winner is revealed
Owner Alan Johnson and his best mate and professional sidekick Dave Owen kick off the competition at Dunsandles Guest House in New Brighton, Merseyside
The second visit is to the Lady Teal Hotel Boat on the waterways near Burnley in Lancashire, owned by Nick and Gina Mead. The afternoon entertainment is some freezing competition out on the locks.
Brock Bergius hopes his cheeky sense of humour and perfectionist nature will help make the guests' third visit of the competition, to York House in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, the winning one
The final day of the competition is at Heyford House in Lower Heyford, Oxfordshire, owned by veterans of the hospitality trade, Leo and Sonya Brooke-Little
The B&Bers meet for the last time. Feedback includes criticism of a badly positioned tea tray, a hot chocolate storm, and accusations of over-enthusiastic hosting.