Where Julia Ukridge made her mistake, when she went off to summer in Ibiza, was to leave her nephew (Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge) in charge of the Cedars, Wimbledon Common, on such a short allowance. If only she had left enough to cover the tobacconist, the winemerchant and a spot of cafe society, he wouldn't have been forced to advertise her home with the Bed & Breakfast registry.
Hard times, however, forced this strategic maneuver, bringing five paying guests to the trough: there was military gent Capt. J.G. Walkinshaw, the novelist Daphne Delores Morehead, movie actress Vera Valentine, American tycoon J. Chichester Clam, and finally Eugene Tudor, noted travel reviewer & author of Tudor's Tourguides. Ukridge let them have the Blue Room, the Chestnut Room, the Sunshine Room, the Appleblossom Room and the Florentine Room.
Ukridge, ever the gracious host, bade them let their hair down and make themselves at home. "Just let me know if any little thing is not like Mother makes it ..." Astonishingly, they did so, each finding fault: one complained of short sheets on the bed, and another whined that the featherbed leaked feathers. One said the bedsprings were squeaky, and one disliked the hard mattress. Finally, one guest found a large ginger cat had a previous claim on the bed and refused to surrender it.
Having let it be known what they thought of the beds, they then started in on the breakfast. One party was offended by the smell of kippers, another chipped a tooth on a scone, and the fat content of the sausage was condemned by yet another. The remaining two guests found fault with the bitterness of the coffee and the unripe fruit, respectively.
Things being what they were, Ukridge was not altogether unhappy when the telegram came announcing that Aunt Julia, stricken with a bad sunburn, was cutting her vacation short and returning. In fact, his rental income came to just enough to cover his fare to Ibiza, where he went without hesitation to take over her abandoned villa for the remainder of the season.
Can you help Aunt Julia straighten out the guests, the rooms, and the grievances against both bed & breakfast from the clues below?