Four in a Bed: Guests criticise the cooked breakfast
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During Wednesday’s classic episode of Channel 4 programme Four in a Bed, a number of hotel owners stayed at each other’s bed and breakfasts and manor houses over the course of the week to rate them on how good they were. By the end of their stays, they had to score the hotel on the likes of cleanliness, how well they slept, how good the food was, and whether they would stay there again. However, in the instalment, viewers seemed to get distracted when one business owner served his guests a cooked breakfast – and some seemed to think the sausages looked a tad undercooked.
The third visit of the week was at Deri-Down Guesthouse in Wales were husband and wife duo Mike and Del Haywood hoped to impress their guests with their homely business.
The guests they hoped to impress were B&B owner Antoinette and her general manager, Carmen, businessmen Leon and Glenn and mother and son duo, Margaret and Fraser.
Things got off to a great start as the guests seemed to be blown away with their rooms and the facilities.
However, after a closer inspection of the room, Antoinette discovered a number of hairs in her bed.
“It’s not Mike’s and it certainly isn’t Del’s,” she commented. “The bed is very clean but it’s very hairy.”
Leon and Glenn were not keen on the fact they had to pre-order what they were having for breakfast the following day.
The duo said they had no idea what they would want to eat the following day.
“I don’t even fancy any breakfast at the moment,” Antoinette said to Carmen. “I’m just going to have everything and leave what I don’t want.”
When it came to the breakfasts the next day, all of the guests had very high expectations from Mike.
“I expect it’s going to be a banging breakfast,” Glenn said as his pal replied: “I’m expecting big things.”
“I’m already on the back foot with the breakfasts because I don’t like pre-ordering,” he added.
Despite their apprehension about pre-ordering their fry-ups, the majority of the guests seemed to be impressed with their meals.
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“The sausages are very nice,” Carmen commented as Margaret added: “I thought the sausages were nice.
“I thought the bacon was good and I thought the tomatoes were very good.”
However, Glenn and Carmen later went on to comment about their disappointment with the eggs.
“I like my eggs to be runny,” Glenn said as he saw that Carmen was struggling to eat hers.
The breakfasts may have received a mixed reaction from the guests, but viewers seemed to think the sausages on the breakfasts looked “raw”.
Taking to social media after the programme, one viewer commented: “Sausages look undercooked to me.
“Doesn’t look cooked,” another noted as a third penned: “Looks a bit rubbish.”
A fourth wrote: “Tomorrow’s show is cancelled due to them all having food poisoning due to the undercooked sausages.”
“They did look a bit anaemic,” a fifth viewer replied as another predicted: “Underpayments aplenty, then…!!”
Four in a Bed airs weekdays at 5pm on Channel 4.
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