In Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire, Springbank Guest House owner Susan Torkington offers her guests the chance to learn cheerleading. But the blowback from a trio of stray hairs leaves her fuming.
The second visit of the competition is to the Old Dairy, in Bishops Barton, Somerset, run by Liz Cannon. There's some contentious Tupperware, and a close encounter with a hot teapot.
At The Toll House in Saffron Walden, Essex, owned by Laurie and Carole Poole, there's a competitive art session and a disturbed night's sleep for some
In Marchwood, Hampshire, landlady Maria Ettridge and bar manager Megan Seagrave plan an afternoon of woodland survival skills
It's the last day in the competition and the B&B owners meet for the final time to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores. Tempers flare as payments are revealed.
The first visit of this new competition is to Blackthorn Farm on Anglesey, where best friends Richard Tuke and Susan Hatch hope to impress, but there are mixed reactions at feedback time
Graham and Barbara Yellow pride themselves on offering basic facilities for great value at the White Swan Hotel. But will their guests be happy to pay a supplement for breakfast?
Malcolm and Fiona Piers-Taylor have an alternative approach to their business at The Old Mill House B&B in Bridport, Dorset
The final visit of the week is to Rachel and Dan's Brighton Inn, where the guests clown around as they learn some circus skills. But some of them are on the offensive...
An eventful week ends with tears and recriminations as the four sets of B&B owners find out what they've been paid and who won the week's competition
The competition starts at The Oak in Charing, Kent, where new landlady Natalie Palmer is hoping to be crowned best value B&B of the week. But some guests aren't blown away by their extractor fans.
In the village of Worstead, Norfolk, Dennis Gilligan runs The White Lady, which he claims has a ghostly extra guest that sometimes goes bump in the night
The third visit of the week is to Cranleigh House B&B in Coombe Martin, Devon, where former couple Katherine Armitage and Stewart Johnston offer an alternative experience
In Paignton, on the English Riviera, Mike and Denise Mitchell are the new kids on the block, having only opened the doors to their B&B 'Beaches' a few weeks ago
The B&B owners come together to confront their rivals and discover what they've been paid and who is to be crowned best value B&B of the week
Mother and daughter team Linda and Kelly Langdown take their guests go-karting. Jo's not taken with the lack of breakfast options and Kelly cuts corners with the hot drink orders.
In Sunbury on Thames owner Simon Bailey and French manager Pierre Cudon offer a stylish stay with a certain je ne sais quoi
In Exmouth, Devon, Jo Knowles takes her guests paintballing and to a floating restaurant for dinner. Suspicions are aroused over breakfast though.
In Seaton, Devon, hosts Pat and Nigel pride themselves on their award-winning breakfast. At breakfast, the guests' expectations are high, and Nigel is under pressure to deliver.
With all the visits over, the B&B owners come together to confront their rivals and discover what they've been paid
The first visit of the week is to Loch Ness Glamping where the competition kicks off with some 'Highland hi-jinks'
The second visit is to Merchant House B&B in Girvan, Scotland, where one couple's desire to win rubs some B&B'ers up the wrong way
The third visit of the week is to The White Bear in Chorley, Lancashire, where there's a round of golf and tears at breakfast time
The final visit of the week is to The Keepers Arms in Quenington, Gloucestershire where there's an argument at breakfast and Martin and Pat can't bite their tongues any longer
The rival B&Bers find out who will be crowned best value B&B of the week. Emotions run high, with Sonia and Graham under attack - but who will win the competition?
The competition starts at Greenways of Malvern, Worcestershire, where owner Geri Atterbury likes to provide a home from home
The second visit is to The Royal Forester in Bewdley, where owners Sean and Maxine hope to give their guests the royal treatment, and provide a trip to a safari park as entertainment
The competition continues at Ferry Lodge in Holyhead, where not all of the guests appreciate the host's love of laminated signs, and the guests are baffled by a 'Welsh' breakfast
The fourth visit is to Court Colman Manor in Bridgend, Wales, where hosts Sanjeev and Elinor attempt to entertain their guests with a lesson in fire making
It's the last day of the competition and tensions run high as the payments are finally revealed and the winner is announced