Four in a Bed stars rip into 'embarrassing' underpayment – branding guests a 'joke' for brutal review | The Sun

A HOTEL owner on Four in a Bed was left furious over an "embarrassing" reason for a guests huge underpayment.

The popular Channel 4 programme sees B&B owners throw open their doors to each other.

The competition drew to a close on Thursday's episode as the owners reunited to find out how much their guests had paid them.

But things reached boiling point when hosts Glenn and William challenged another guest after they knocked 20 per cent off the total payment.

Glenn and William were the final pair to welcome the guests into their Dundee property.

The guests were wowed with the old-school grandeur of the building, but it was the neighbouring airport that caused some major issues for Andrew and Chris


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The father and son duo said their sleep was interrupted from the planes outside their window.

Their room was priced at £225 per night, but knocked off £50, paying a total of £175.  

Chris explained: “We felt that around a 20 per cent reduction would be fair to compensate us for the disturbed night's sleep and the cleanliness issues we had in the bathroom.”

Glenn slammed their reason and said: “I can guarantee if you came to the reception and asked for 20 per cent discount on your feedback I would’ve said, ‘on your bike'."

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"I think that’s quite embarrassing actually, I’m going to be honest."

But Andrew was quick to defend his huge underpayment and argued: "From six o’clock that morning with the plane noise outside, it was far from tranquil.

"You can’t resolve the noise."

But Glenn was not having any of it and thought the reason was petty.

He slammed: “So you’ve knocked off something quite big, for half of your problem and maintenance issues, the airport I can’t move.”

Clashing further, Andrew responded: “I was talking about the specifics of being located next to the airport.

“We felt like a minimum of 20 per cent of our stay was affected by the noise and the lack of sleep.”

Clearly fuming about the decision, Glenn slammed the underpayment as a “joke”.

Unfortunately Glenn and William missed out on top spot, with Chris and Andrew securing the win.

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