During an episode of Channel 4 programme Four in a Bed, a number of hotel owners stayed at each other’s bed and breakfasts and guest cottages over the course of the week to rate them on how good they were. By the end of each of their stays, the business owners then had to score the hotel on the likes of cleanliness, how good the food was and whether they would stay there again. Usually, all the guests would get to rate the hotel’s quality of the breakfast after their stay. Although during the latest instalment, some viewers were left baffled because the guests were made to cook their own.
The guests first visit of the week was at owner Karen Cumberlidge and her son Liam’s holiday cottages in Burgh le Marsh, Lincolnshire.
There was a mix of first impressions from the guests when they first stepped foot in their cottages.
As Karen showed each guest where they were staying, she explained they offered an optional breakfast hamper at a cost of £15.
As the guests sat down to enjoy an evening meal at the local pub, they discussed breakfast arrangements for the morning.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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Four in a Bed: Viewers slammed the owners for making their guests cook breakfast (Image: Channel 4)
Four in a Bed: The guests had the option to buy a £15 breakfast hamper (Image: Channel 4)
Guest Aidan began: “I’ve had an idea about breakfast tomorrow. We could find out who the best cook is, by getting everybody to cook breakfast.”
Karen chipped in: “Why don’t you choose one cottage and all cook together?”
Aidan replied: “I think cooking together is a wonderful idea.”
Aidan’s partner, Midge went