A hotel owner with four in bed in a couple resisted showering for them
Participants in the “four-bed” competition were slammed by the audience for failing to win the compensation from their competitors to win the competition.
In the Channel 4 series, four couples (all of them are B&Bs) spend the night at their competitor’s premises, then rate them and pay them for the time they think they spend in the premises.
However, on the latest payment day that aired on Friday, things got a little worse, when a couple paid a low price for all their accommodation.
Ranked them in terms of room cleanliness, location, service and catering services, and the B&B with the highest income finally won.
The mother/son duo Karen and Liam Cumberlidge own a number of villas in Lincolnshire, but the ratings are high and they cannot receive every other contestant, so they are hot from the audience.
Their complaints ranged from being locked in the bathroom of one hotel room to complaining that the shower room smelled funny in another room-saying that the smell “knocked them down” and that it needed cleaning.
They added that they were “tired” of one of the rooms with recycling bins.
Eidan and Mij, who run an environmentally friendly earl hotel in Devon, then discussed their criticism and stated that they tried to “avoid the use of bleach because it is harmful to the environment.”
But the third hotel suffered the couple’s worst anger-Karen and Liam’s Beach House lost 42 pounds from the final bill.
They withheld a total of 72 pounds worth of payments from their companion hotel.
The audience was shocked by the two of them and called them “game players” so picky.
“In order to win money, you don’t have to be so mean in terms of payment. No one likes gamers.” One fan wrote.
“Who sniffs a shower in their right brain? Who is the game player,” another wrote.
It is broadcast on channel 4 on weekdays.