Cross Keys in Saffron Walden crowned winner of Channel 4 show

PUBLISHED: 09:08 28 September 2018 | UPDATED: 09:08 28 September 2018

Cross Keys win Channel 4 show, Four in a Bed.

Cross Keys win Channel 4 show, Four in a Bed.


The Cross Keys in Saffron Walden was crowned winner of Channel 4 show Four in a Bed last Friday.

A member of staff from the hotel took part in the reality show earlier this year, which involves four bed and breakfast owners taking turns to stay with one another and paying what they consider a fair price for their stay.

When the owners visit the other hotels, they inspect the room and pick up on anything untidy or out of place.

Fiona Gerard, owner of the Cross Keys, said: “The team were all thrilled with the result. What a win.

“We were all delighted - we presented the chef with a bottle of malt whisky.

“We were astonished and very pleased that one of the competitors overpaid, getting us to 100 per cent. We understand 100 per cent is pretty rare in the show.

“We are hoping that we will now see many new visitors and they will be wowed by the Cross Keys, both old and new.”


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