Helping you choose

Find your perfect mattress


The secret to a good night’s sleep is a good mattress.  One that’s blissfully comfortable, cleverly supportive and reassuringly durable, but most importantly, right for you. Let us help you pick your perfect mattress with our ever-so-useful guide.

When choosing a mattress, it’s important to consider who’s sleeping on it, which room it’s going in, and how often it’s used. From made-to-order mattresses to one for the spare room, we’ve got you covered.

Handmade by Harrison Spinks

If you’re looking for a deluxe mattress, this is what to go for. Handmade by Harrison Spinks is a collection of six mattresses created exclusively for us and are designed to give you absolute comfort and the very best in natural luxury.

Here’s why they’re worth the investment:

Each mattress is made to order
A choice of four tensions
Featuring Revolution© pocket spring technology
Layered with a unique combination of natural fillings

Each of our Harrison Spinks mattresses are made to order using traditional methods of British craftsmanship and ground-breaking technology.

A little fact for you – Harrison Spinks are located deep in the heart of North Yorkshire and they are the only bed manufacturer in the world to own their own farm...all 300 acres of it.

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Our Everyday Mattresses are pocket sprung and provide a cool and fresh sleeping environment alongside cushioned comfort and support and come with a smaller price tag.

Our Everyday range is created by royally appointed sleep experts and are available in a choice of medium and firm tensions, a mixture of wool and cotton and sustainable fibres.

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Royally-appointed mattress experts, Hypnos, have created a range of mattresses exclusively for us.

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If you need a quality mattress, fast, this is the one to go for. Our fabulous, 1,000 pocket sprung, memory foam mattress is comfort and a box.

Awarded a Which? Best Buy accolade, we are very proud of our mattress-in-a-box. Its ingenious design means it’s rolled and packaged into a compact box, making it ideal for quick delivery.

Once unpacked, it’s ready to use in two hours and has a removable cover that can be dry-cleaned.

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Zip & Link

Zip & Link’s are useful for a couple of reasons.

Tight access

If you live in a house that has smaller doorways, limited ceiling height or difficult stairs, our Zip & Link mattress can be manoeuvred through more easily.

Independent support

If you and your sleeping partner prefer different tensions, our Zip & Link mattresses are the ones for you. They offer independent support as each mattress has their own set of springs and structure meaning you won’t feel your partner moving around as much.

With Zip & Link you can connect individual mattresses of the same or different tensions to form a King or Super King. The zip is cleverly concealed under a soft cover to ensure it feels like one smooth mattress. They’re made to order and with gentle, medium, firm and extra firm tensions to choose from, this is a truly bespoke mattress to keep you both sleeping soundly.

Our Zip & Links are beautifully handcrafted, using 100% natural, pesticide-free fillings and provide excellent quality and comfort.

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It’s all about keeping your body aligned. A mattress that’s too firm will push against your spine, but a mattress that’s too soft won’t provide you with enough support. You also need to think about the position you like to sleep in as this can have different effects on your body.

Back Sleeper

If you sleep on your back, you’ll benefit from a medium mattress that provides support for your lower back.

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Side Sleeper

If you sleep on your side, you’ll be better off with a soft mattress and high pillow to allow your shoulders and hips to sink in to the mattress.

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Front Sleeper

If you sleep on your front, you’ll prefer a firm mattress and a low pillow to support your neck.

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If you and your sleeping partner prefer different levels of firmness, a split tension mattress is ideal for you. Our ranges that offer split tensions include:

Handmade by Harrison Spinks

Four tension options

Hypnos collection

Two tension options

Zip & Link

Four tension options

We only stock high quality, well crafted mattresses which means the majority of our ranges contain natural fillings or a combination of natural and synthetic. Here’s a general guide to our collections and their fillings.

Handmade by Harrison Spinks

100% Natural stuffing
Sheep reared on pesticide-free land
Homegrown hemp and flax
Locally sourced, natural materials
Chemically free weaving
Botanically sourced viscose (that make the mattresses naturally fire retardant)
Pocket springs


Natural stuffing
Responsibly sourced wools
Natural, sustainable, breathable fibres
Pocket springs


Memory foam
Pocket springs
Coolmax fabric


We understand that buying a mattress can be a substantial investment and we want you to be completely happy with your purchase.  So here are a few benefits to buying from us: 

100-night mattress trial

We want you to sleep well – a good night’s sleep makes everyone happy, so that’s why we offer a 100-night mattress trial for you to make sure you’ve picked the most suitable and comfortable mattress possible.  If you aren’t 100% in love with your mattress during this time, we’ll exchange it.  It couldn’t be easier! 

10-year mattress guarantee

Our Luxury Pocket Sprung Mattresses are unique to us and come with a 10-year guarantee* because they’re incredibly special to us and are a mark of our confidence in both the quality and durability of our mattresses. 

Not every mattress has a 10-year guarantee so please check individual mattress product information.

*see Terms and Conditions for more details

Recycling service

Disposing of your old mattress can be a real hassle, so we’ve created a unique, eco-friendly recycling service to relieve you of this chore. 

We will remove and recycle your old mattress, divan or both for a flat fee of £49. 

This offer is only available in mainland UK.

Divans must be dismantled prior to collection.

Staingard Protection Plans

Unfortunately, accidents happen, but that doesn’t mean they’re not frustrating.  We offer a protection plan to cover you for accidental staining and accidental damage on all our mattresses and upholstered beds.

Stains covered:

Shoe polish
Human & animal bodily fluids
Dyes & dye transfer from newspaper print or clothing, including denim
All food stuff & drink 

Accidental damage covered:

Water, liquid or heat marks
Pet damage (limited no. of claims per cover period) 

Prices start from a one-off payment of £89 and are priced on an individual product basis.

The best bit is that for every mattress covered, we’ll give you a free mattress protector!  The protector will be based on the mattress purchased.

Use our size chart to make sure the mattress you’re buying is the right size for the bed and room it’s intended for. Depth measurements vary from mattress to mattress, so these can be found on the product pages under product details.

Sizing tips

A mattress should be wide enough for you and your partner to lie side by side with your hand behind heads, without elbows touching.

A mattress should be at least 10cm longer than the tallest person who’ll be sleeping on it.

Tape measure at the ready...

Small Single

(W70 x L190cm)

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(W90 x L190cm)

Shop Single

Small Double

(W120 x L190cm)

Shop Small Double


(W135 x L190cm)

Shop Double


(W150 x L200cm)

Shop King

Super King

(W180 x L200cm)

Shop Super King


(W217 x L217cm)

Shop Emperor

Before buying your mattress, you need to make sure it will fit the proportions of your room, and importantly, be able to get into your home in the first place.   Here are a few things to consider to avoid unexpected issues when you get your mattress.

Check the dimensions

Make sure you check and write down the precise dimensions of the mattress you’re buying (found on our product pages) so you know exactly what you’re working with.

Plan out your room

It’s important to make sure you can visualise the space you’ll have in the room when your bed and mattress are in place, so we recommend mapping it all out on the floor with masking tape.  You can then walk around the room and see what space you’re left with and decide if you feel it’s enough or not.

Manoeuvring the mattress through your house

It’s essential that your chosen mattress can physically fit through doorways and up staircases, so check the dimensions of all doorways and the clearance area above your stairs.  It’s a good idea to remove any pictures or freestanding lamps that might get knocked en route.

There are a few things you can do to prolong the life of your mattress and keep it tip-top. 

Use a mattress protector

It will help keep your mattress clean by adding a protective layer and can be washed regularly, whilst also adding some extra comfort.

Turn your mattress

As a general rule, we would suggest you turn your mattress every few months to help resettle the fillings.   This will help even out the pressure on the mattress and avoid irregular wear. 

However, please check your mattress turning instructions, as some, such as the pillow tops, do not need turning.  We also have seasonal turn mattresses which

*not all mattresses – pillow top – check individually

Some are seasonal and have a cool and a warm side 

Rotate your mattress

Ideally you should rotate your mattress 180 degrees once a week during the first three months, and then once every three months thereafter. 

Brush or vacuum your mattress

It’s a good idea to lightly brush or vacuum your mattress once a month to help keep it clean.


We recommend changing your mattress every 7 – 10 years. 

If your current mattress sags or creaks, you can feel the springs beneath the surface, or you wake up with aching joints then it’s time for a new one.

Springs traditionally make up the support and structure of the mattress and the most common springs are open coil or pockets springs. 

Open coil mattresses consist of an inter-connecting spring system, while pocket springs are individual springs housed in their own pocket.  Pocket sprung mattresses are more supportive than open coiled because they work independently from each other and ease pressure points.

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