Four in a Bed
13 Series, 580 Episodes
The six hoteliers head up to Blackpool, where Claire and Mark go all out to try and impress their guests at their B&B Number One.
The final day of this extended version of Three in a Bed takes the group to Skegness, where it's the turn of Joyce and Ray of The Kildare to woo their fellow hoteliers.
First to host is Andrew Blackhall, owner of The Lodge set in the Avebury Stones, whose guests are John Bellamy, from Hamilton Hall, and Claire Gibson and husband Stuart, of Roxbro Hall.
Next stop in the contest is Hamilton Hall, which is a gay, men-only retreat where clothes are optional and some of the highlights include spiritual and sexual workshops.
It's the final night and Claire and Stuart are worried their two guests might fall out. But the following morning the guys are actually found sharing a breakfast table. Has the Roxbro saved the day?
First to host this time is Jenny Hadfield and Richard Martin from the five-star Jeake's House B&B in Rye. But what will the guests make of the erotic picture on their bedroom wall?
In Great Yarmouth, it's Beverley's turn to host. Although the visiting couples are pleasantly surprised by their rooms, Samantha from Scotland is horrified to find a cobweb.
It's the final day, and the competition moves up to Scotland and Lunan Lodge, where the hosts Samantha Unwin and Jules May can offer their guests rooms with unexpected extras: ghosts!
First up this time in the B&B challenge is Gainsborough House, where former child-actress Anita and her husband Derek pride themselves on their elegant, mock regency home
Jayne and Keith throw open the doors to Overdale Guest House in North Yorkshire. Jayne keeps Overdale immaculate and even keeps a collection of miniature pigs for that homely touch.
The concluding night of the contest takes place at Anne and John's Art House B&B, where the guests are left to serve their own breakfast, and must make do with a two-slice toaster
In Cheshire, at Harrop Fold Farm, Sue Stevenson and her daughter Leah show off their award-winning business
Ex-pub landlord Steve and his wife Michelle show off their White House in Dorset, where each of the rooms is named after a president
The final showdown takes place in Suffolk at Haughley House, where Jeffrey and Caroline boast their very own coats of arms, as well as a five-star gold rating
Extended version of the show where proud B&B owners battle to be voted the best. The competition begins at Clayton Wickham Farmhouse, West Sussex, run by Mike and Susie Skinner.
Extended version of the show where proud B&B owners battle to be voted the best. Arbor Low, in the middle of the Peak District, is run by by Steve and Nikki and has a no frills ethos.
Extended version of the show where proud B&B owners battle to get top votes. Julie and Ray, who run Bournemouth's Ashleigh Hotel, show off their property in the hope of being the winners.
Extended version of the show where proud B&B owners battle to be voted the best. First up is five-star silver-rated Fallen Angel, on which John Marshall has spent in excess of £2million.
Next up is a trip to the peace and tranquillity of Wilsham Farm, where it's the turn of Richard and Jane Organ to host at their establishment, which is full of rural charm.
The final night is at the top-rated, homely Hanover House. Veronica and James Richie are proud of their surroundings and have filled the place with family photos and personal touches.
The first episode in the latest edition finds Wilf and Pat throwing open the doors to The Granville, their B&B in Blackpool, and taking their guests to see the town's famous Illuminations.
B&B Frampton House is located in the Dorset countryside, but owners Nick and Georgina Maynard take the group for a day of deep sea fishing that ends in tears.
The final B&B to throw open its doors this time is the eco friendly Nut Tree Farm, set in the heart of spiritual Somerset, and run by Melvyn and Anne Firmager.