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How to apply to be on Four in a Bed

Channel 4’s hit show Four in a Bed has been back on the telly since March 1.

As always, the episodes have been airing every day from Monday to Friday, at 5pm.

If you’re the proud owner of a lovely B&B, you might be wondering how you can get involved.

Here’s everything you need to know about how to apply to be on Four in a Bed and how the show works!

How can you apply to be on Four in a Bed?

If you own a hotel or B&B and think your venue could be the best value for money, then you can apply to be on the show via the production company Studio Lambert.

On the Studio Lambert website, you will need to head over to the ‘Take Part’ section and select ‘Four in a Bed’.

There, you will find the email address for the show to send your application to.

In your email, you need to include your full name and the name of your business.

Then, if they would like to take your application further, a member of the Studio Lambert team will get in touch with you.

Studio Lambert encourages all proud B&B owners who would like to showcase what they can offer and think their business stands out to get in touch.

Four in a Bed is back with new episodes! (Picture: Studio Lambert)

The only condition is that your venue has to have at least 3 guest bedrooms.

How does Four in a Bed work?

The popular Channel 4 programme sees four sets of B&B owners battle it out to be named ‘Best Value for Money’.

The hotel owners take turns staying at each other’s B&Bs, paying attention to the quality of the room and B&B they are staying in, as well as the breakfast they get served.

The owners then give feedback and pay what they believe to be the true worth of their stay.

The contestants get together at the end of the week to discuss the feedback and how much they have paid.

In the end, the B&B that received the highest percentage of their usual charge gets crowned as the week’s winner.

Four In Bed airs weekdays on Channel 4 at 5pm

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