B&B owners compare hotel supplies
There is something that scares the owners of a haunted bed and breakfast in Scotland more than ghosts and ghouls - rival hotel owners.
New Channel 4 series Three In A Bed brings together the owners of holiday accommodation to compare the hotel supplies and services they each offer.
And it did not take long before the sparks were flying, with Jules and Sam May, owners of Lunan Lodge, telling the Daily Record that they had been left "crushed" by what their competition thought of their business.
"They marked us very badly and didn't pay the full amount for their stay," said Jules, adding that Sam had burst into tears as soon as the cameras were off.
In the programme, participant Richard Martin, owner of Jeakes House, refused to use the shared bathroom at Lunan Lodge for two days and claimed to be shocked that the bedrooms were not en-suite.
However, the Mays claim that they do not like small en-suites and thought their guests would prefer to use a large bathroom kitted out in fluffy wholesale towels and luxury products.
Lunan Lodge invites people to test how brave they are by spending a night in the "shouty man room" without running away.
Those who succeed get a certificate.