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.
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
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 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.
Owner Alan Johnson and his best mate and professional sidekick Dave Owen kick off the competition at Dunsandles Guest House in New Brighton, Merseyside
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
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
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 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
On the Isle of Man, owners Fiona and John Anderson hope their guests will embrace the green ethos of Knockaloe Beg farm
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.
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.
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