The BEST episodes of Four in a Bed season 2

Every episode of Four in a Bed season 2, ranked from best to worst by thousands of votes from fans of the show. The best episodes of Four in a Bed season 2!

B&B owners throw open their doors and take turns to stay with each other, as they compete to be crowned best hosts.

Last Updated: 6/13/2024Network: Channel 4Status: Continuing
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#1 - Centery Farm, North Devon

Season 2 - Episode 46 - Aired 11/14/2011

First to host are Steve and Beverly Green from Centery Farm in North Devon. Former hotel inspector Sandie decides, for now, to keep her past profession a closely guarded secret from the others. Busy businessman Stephen Hammonn from the Old Hall House at Heart of England B&B struggles to relax, while grandson and grandmother duo and owners of The Little Gloster B&B, Ben and Lilian say they could do with a stiff drink. With more sheep than people in Devon, Bev and Steve's afternoon herding activity seemed like a winner, but due to heavy rain and fog things get a bit murky, and the group resort to duck herding instead. Having spent a day in the rain, dinner comes as welcome relief.

38 St Giles, Norwich
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#2 - 38 St Giles, Norwich

Season 2 - Episode 32 - Aired 10/25/2011

Jan and William Cheeseman have achieved a Five-Star Gold rating at 38 St Giles in Norwich, but the pursuit of perfection has been known to take its toll on this volatile pair. Things are anything but perfect for Galia when she arrives. Unhappy with her room due to the road noise, she asks to be moved. Luckily a day on the race track gives Galia something to smile about as she has the ride of her life. At breakfast time, Jan and William go into meltdown in the kitchen. But at the breakfast table the guests are none the wiser.

Directors: Amy Fallon
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Bosvean House, North Cornwall
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#3 - Bosvean House, North Cornwall

Season 2 - Episode 33 - Aired 10/26/2011

Fun-loving Ann and Bill host at their four-star B&B in Bude, North Cornwall. On arrival Galia immediately complains about the lack of sea view, while Diane and Max query the luxury description of the premises. There's an indulgent Cornish cream tea, a Cornish stick dance, a drink in Ann and Bill's garden shed, and `weekday caviar' for brekkie.

Directors: Amy Fallon
Ombersley Village B&B, Worcestershire
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#4 - Ombersley Village B&B, Worcestershire

Season 2 - Episode 34 - Aired 10/27/2011

It's the last visit of the week. Hosts at Ombersley Bed & Breakfast are village bakers Diane and Max Seivewright. On arrival Ann and Bill conduct a dust hunt in their room. Jan and William are left speechless by the outdated rooms. And Galia finds the journey across the hall for conveniences somewhat inconvenient. Galia and Ann bicker over gluten-free bread and hand washing. Ann is underwhelmed by her eggs at breakfast and later she finds herself in tears.

Directors: Amy Fallon
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#5 - Payment Day, Week 7

Season 2 - Episode 35 - Aired 10/28/2011

It's the final day and the B&B hosts gather to find out how much they've been paid and who is taking the title of best value for money B&B. Galia faces some harsh feedback, but questions the criticism over Slimmeria's rules and regulations. Tensions rise again between Galia and Ann and Bill, while Diane and Max from Ombersley feel stabbed in the back - especially by Ann and Bill's feedback - and are looking for some answers. After a surprising round of payments, it's anyone's guess as to which B&B will win this week.

Directors: Amy Fallon
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#6 - Silverwood Lodge, Cambridgeshire

Season 2 - Episode 36 - Aired 10/31/2011

First to host are husband-and-wife team Paul Billington and Flora Loizou from Silverwood Lodge in Cambridgeshire, the only couple in this contest. As the hosts show their three female guests to their rooms, Caroline, owner of The Dean B&B, has a frosty view of the fact that they don't live on site. The hosts try to impress their guests by taking them punting down the Cam, but Sue from Seashells Guesthouse almost manages to capsize the group. Over dinner, straight-talking Nancy from The Old Court Guesthouse suggests that not living on site compromises the hosts' attention to customer needs. Come morning, Caroline has been kept awake all night by the noisy road and Nancy's TV 'doesn't work'. When the hosts read the frank feedback they are left livid and accusations of foul play fly.

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#7 - Seashells Guesthouse, Great Yarmouth

Season 2 - Episode 37 - Aired 11/1/2011

The group are off to Great Yarmouth to stay in Sue's dog friendly Seashells Guesthouse. After revealing that she allows dogs to sleep in the beds during the last B&B visit, no one knows quite what to expect. All the guests are blown away by the doggy-themed exterior. The interior is equally memorable for Nancy, who finds dog hairs under the duvet. Spirits are high during the afternoon as Sue gives her guests a taste of Great Yarmouth beachside fun, such as a horse and trap ride and a game of bingo. Over dinner, the jovial mood is crushed when Nancy brings up the issues of dogs sleeping in the beds and Sue allowing smoking in the bedrooms. Tempers are raised and accusations fly. At feedback time, Sue goes into a combative mood when she reads Nancy's frank comments.

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#8 - The Old Court Guesthouse, Bath

Season 2 - Episode 38 - Aired 11/2/2011

Third host Nancy Hampson tries to put the problems of the first two visits behind her, but there's trouble from the off at The Old Court Guesthouse. Paul and Flora are unhappy with the size of the bed they've been given, so Nancy offers to move them, but the duo soon give their new room a microscopic inspection and discover a few B&B misdemeanours. Dog lover Sue checks into one of the converted prison cell rooms, but unfortunately she's claustrophobic and is left feeling caged. After showing them the best of what Bath has to offer with a historical tour and a dip in a thermal spa, Nancy takes her guests to a quirky restaurant. But the positive mood is short-lived because Nancy doesn't come off well when the guests get together to trial her breakfast. At feedback time, The Old Court gets the thumbs down, although Nancy is philosophical about it.

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#9 - The Dean. Firth of Forth

Season 2 - Episode 39 - Aired 11/3/2011

The guests head to Scotland to stay with final host Caroline at The Dean B&B, a picturesque house with breath-taking views across the Firth of Forth. Determined to give her guests a bonnie day out, Caroline's opening gambit is a jig accompanied by a bagpiper, followed by a re-enactment of the Battle of Prestonpans in gale-force winds. The group don their glad rags for a posh dinner at one of Scotland's finest restaurants, although some feel their portions aren't nearly big enough. The guests' Highland dining experiences don't improve when it comes to breakfast at The Dean, which features uncooked eggs and mouldy jam. Caroline is reduced to tears reading her guests' comments on the feedback forms. Who will be feeling the emotion when it comes to payment time?

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#10 - Payment Day, Week 8

Season 2 - Episode 40 - Aired 11/4/2011

There are tensions, tempers and tears as the group reconvene for one last time to thrash out the feedback, reveal the payments and announce the winner in the competition to be named best value B&B of the week. Paul and Flora from Silverwood Lodge are fired up about Nancy's comments and a tussle over TVs and hot water leads to accusations of game playing. Sue from Seashells in Great Yarmouth also has an axe to grind with Nancy as the controversial topic of smoking in bedrooms leads to tension. After being confronted head on, it's Nancy's turn to get some answers about her feedback and she has a particular issue with Paul and Flora's mark for The Old Court Guesthouse's cleanliness. When final host Caroline dissects her feedback from Paul and Flora about a dirty kettle and a cobweb at The Dean B&B there are no hard feelings, leaving Nancy furious about their double standards. After a tense time around the table, everyone now has their payments and everything is in the open. But which will be crowned the best value B&B?

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#11 - Watersedge Guest House, Barton on Sea

Season 2 - Episode 41 - Aired 11/7/2011

Traditional B&B owners Alan and Sylvie are first to host in their seafront establishment Watersedge Guest House in Barton on Sea, Hampshire. For the day's entertainment the group is taken to the New Forest for a spot of deer watching. But once the guests have spotted some, there's not much more to see. Come the evening, Alan and Sylvie are desperate to demonstrate that they know how to party, and they do exactly that with a bountiful Hawaiian barbeque. After a decent night's sleep - for everyone but Eva - it's all down to Watersedge's breakfast, which also includes parrots, poles and picky eating habits.

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#12 - Nearwater, Cornwall

Season 2 - Episode 42 - Aired 11/8/2011

It's Tim and Amelia's turn to host the rival B&B owners at their non-star-rated boutique accommodation, Nearwater, on the south Cornish coast. For the afternoon entertainment, Tim and Amelia proffer wet suits for the guests, the sight of which sends Eva running for cover. Everyone else jumps on board a boat for some seal spotting. Unfortunately, the seals don't make an appearance, so Tim and Amelia lead a dive into the deep blue sea. Breakfast is served and there are a couple of mishaps that don't go unnoticed. Eva's order is taken incorrectly and Amelia drops an egg-soaked knife on Danny's brand new white jumper.

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#13 - Roundhouse Hotel, Weymouth

Season 2 - Episode 43 - Aired 11/9/2011

It's the turn of Austrian-born Eva Buschmann to host in her cosmopolitan, boutique B&B on Weymouth seafront, Roundhouse Hotel. In the afternoon artist Eva shares her creative passion by giving her guests a lesson in abstract art. For Eva's evening she takes her guests to her favourite harbour-side restaurant where Sylvie airs her concerns about the positioning of the shower in her rooms, which she states will mean she will have to watch Alan washing his bits in the morning! At breakfast super cool Eva has everything under control so the guests concentrate on getting final hosts - Mike and Danny - hot under the collar instead.

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#14 - Homecliffe Hotel, Blackpool

Season 2 - Episode 44 - Aired 11/10/2011

Showmen Mike and Danny host their rival B&B owners on day four at their four-star rated guest house - Homecliffe Hotel - in Blackpool. After everyone is settled in, Mike and Danny want to show their guests that Blackpool rocks. First up is a tram ride along the sea front and then onto the newly-opened Madame Tussauds. After a red carpet afternoon it's on to dinner at Mike's favourite restaurant - his own. Over dinner the cracks between the Homecliffe boys and Tim and Amelia really begin to show. In the morning there are reports from some guests of dodgy mattresses and a restless night's sleep. And breakfast isn't much more of a success, with Mike forced to send one of his staff to find some Earl Grey tea from another B&B for Amelia and Eva.

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#15 - Payment Day, Week 9

Season 2 - Episode 45 - Aired 11/11/2011

It's the final day and all the B&B hosts gather for one last time to find out how much they've been paid. Before they open their envelopes, Alan claims he has five new friends, but will he be saying the same thing when all the money is on the table? It falls to host Danny to announce the winners - and the couple who take the title do so amidst mutterings from the other hoteliers - but when all is said and done, only one establishment can take the title best value for money B&B. Who will it be?

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Slimmeria Slimming Retreat, East Sussex
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#16 - Slimmeria Slimming Retreat, East Sussex

Season 2 - Episode 31 - Aired 10/24/2011

First up this week is luxury weight-loss and detox retreat Slimmeria, owned by Galia and Michael Grainger. Health fanatic Galia's mission is to spread the Slimmeria message. But what do fun-loving Ann and Bill Clay from Bosvean House make of Galia's £260 price tag, rules and regulations, and 9pm curfew? Jan and William from St Giles are happy to comply, but Diane and Max from Ombersley Bed & Breakfast suspect they're in for an uncomfortable night ahead when they sample the bed. An afternoon work-out, Zumba-style, followed by a healthy meal and weight-loss lecture does little to get the party started.

Directors: Amy Fallon
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#17 - Little Gloster, Isle of Wight

Season 2 - Episode 47 - Aired 11/15/2011

On the Isle of Wight owner and professional chef Ben Cooke shows his guests how to make gravlax and the vodka-based shot, Akavit. After being split in to two teams to cure their salmon, tensions soar and the competition heats up between Steve and Bev and Stephen from Old Hall House. The awkward relationship between the three is made worse over dinner when Bev's attempts to get to know Stephen better are met with a frosty response.

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#18 - Old Hall House, Warwickshire

Season 2 - Episode 48 - Aired 11/16/2011

It's the turn of Stephen to host at the four-star Old Hall House, where the on-site activities include shooting and archery. Stephen takes his guests to his own restaurant for an evening meal. The group feels they are starting to get to know Stephen, but the ultimate B&B bombshell is dropped by Sandie, who reveals her secret past as a hotel inspector. In his bid to impress, Stephen takes the unusual step of serving breakfast himself, but his skills as a waiter aren't quite up to scratch and orders are forgotten.

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#19 - The House of Agnes, Canterbury

Season 2 - Episode 49 - Aired 11/17/2011

The final visit of the competition is to The House of Agnes in Canterbury, run by ex-hotel inspector Sandie. Could Sandie's former job backfire on her? Although based in the historical and cultural hotbed of Canterbury, Sandie opts for a more liquid based activity by taking her guests to a local brewery. The afternoon leaves businessman Stephen with a bitter taste in his mouth as he yearns for something of the bubbly variety. A fancy fish restaurant for dinner gets Sandie's guests bonding, but the conversation soon turns to the history of the House of Agnes and its friendly ghost. Some guests retire to bed feeling a little nervous...

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#20 - Payment Day, Week 10

Season 2 - Episode 50 - Aired 11/18/2011

It's the final day and all the B&B hosts gather for one last time to find out how much they've been paid. After the emotion, the wrangles and the payments, who will take the prize of the best value B&B? It falls to the ex-hotel inspector to award the prize.

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The Pavilion Hotel, Hyde Park
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#21 - The Pavilion Hotel, Hyde Park

Season 2 - Episode 51 - Aired 11/21/2011

Former pop singer Danny Karne welcomes guests to his fashion-and rock 'n' roll-themed hotel in central London, and the sports car parked outside wows his visitors. But the petrol-head's decision to take his fellow hoteliers to a motoring museum goes down badly, when one of them reveals he has no passion for cars.

Directors: Malcolm Donkin
The Fox and Duck, Hertfordshire
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#22 - The Fox and Duck, Hertfordshire

Season 2 - Episode 52 - Aired 11/22/2011

John Luce and his partner Pat Sutton invite their fellow hoteliers to the Fox and Duck, a country inn in Therfield, Hertfordshire. The local golf club provides the guests with adequate entertainment, and they appear to bond as they share friendly banter and a spot of singing at the end of the night. However, the following morning brings with it a shower disaster.

Directors: Malcolm Donkin
The New Inn, Newbridge-on-Wye
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#23 - The New Inn, Newbridge-on-Wye

Season 2 - Episode 53 - Aired 11/23/2011

Dave and Debbie Lang, who run the New Inn in Newbridge-on-Wye, Powys, play host. Dave is a keen pig breeder and owns the on-site butcher's shop, so he serves some of his award-winning pork products for breakfast.

Directors: Malcolm Donkin
Westleigh Farm, Somerset
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#24 - Westleigh Farm, Somerset

Season 2 - Episode 54 - Aired 11/24/2011

Directors: Malcolm Donkin
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#25 - Payment Day, Week 11

Season 2 - Episode 55 - Aired 11/25/2011

The contestants meet one last time to learn how much they have been paid by their fellow hoteliers before discovering who has won the week's competition. Old tensions resurface as the results are announced, and there are heated exchanges around the table.

Directors: Malcolm Donkin
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