Four in a Bed: Kent B&B leaves customers ‘speechless’ – ‘breathtaking views’ from bathtub

Four in a Bed contestants discuss their Edgecliff Boutique B&B

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Four in a Bed took viewers to Birchington-on-Sea in Kent where they got a sneak peek behind the scenes at seaside Edgecliff Boutique B&B. However, it seems this B&B is more than meets the eye on the outside, leaving some guests “speechless”.

Ran by owners Marilyn and Neil, the accommodation is home to three bedrooms up to £195 a night based on a two-night stay.

All rooms also come with breakfast included in the cost.

While the B&B looks like a regular house at first glance, the television programme explained: “At this establishment, there is always something unexpected on the horizon.”

Owner Neil said: “When our guests first arrive they think this is just an ordinary house and then the penny drops. Awesome sea views.

“You can have a bath, see the sea view, and nobody can see you. I think that is pretty amazing.”

Marilyn added: “It is probably something you’ve not seen before I think.”

Indeed, the B&B is situated right on the cliff edge overlooking the coastline.

A vast glass window covers the entire side of the house, boasting stunning views over the beach from the bedrooms.

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In the B&B’s “deluxe king suite” this window also spans the bathroom, promising jaw-dropping vistas even while having a morning wash.

This room is one of the most expensive, costing £195 a night for a two-night stay, alongside breakfast.

However, guests staying in this room were blown away by what they found upon entering.

“This is insane I’m speechless,” said one.

“It’s just breathtaking.

“This is going to be amazing to wake up to. Just imagine the sunrise.”

Of the smaller rooms there is a £125 per night suite, also promising incredible views through a large glass window.

The cheapest room is a twin suite, coming in at £100 a night including breakfast.

It wasn’t just the views that guests applauded though.

Modern bathrooms with bold and bright interior design were described as “lovely”, meanwhile, guests also complimented the “nice” mattress toppers and “soft” pillows.

However, the B&B was not without a few minor complaints.

When scoping outage inside of a kettle, one guest said: “It’s a little bit mucky in there I have got to be honest. They haven’t cleaned that in a while have they.”

Another commented on “finger marks” on the lampshade.

According to owner Marilyn, though, cleaning is something she is still getting to grips with.

“I didn’t know that people expected me to clean their rooms,” she said.

“Only when you had a review and they said the cups weren’t changed after the first night,” Neil added.

“I thought can’t they rinse their own cup? For Heaven’s sake apparently not but I’m learning,” concluded Marilyn.

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