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Give yourself the gift of a good night’s sleep with our selection of top-rated mattresses. As we spend a third of our lives in the land of nod, finding the most comfortable mattress is crucial for improved quality of sleep. 

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How to choose the best mattress

Ranging from value single mattresses to luxury king size mattresses our affordable range offers the ultimate in comfort without costing a pretty penny.

For quality assurance, we also have offerings from the best mattress brands, with household names such as Silentnight, Sleepeezee and Sealy lending their know-how. Trust the sleep experts and choose from our best mattress deals with next-day delivery as standard.

Mattresses with next day delivery

You don't have to wait long for a better night's sleep with our next day mattress delivery service. Buy a mattress online for delivery to most mainland UK addresses. We aim to deliver the very next day whenever it's possible to do so.

If you live in the Highlands or Grampians, there may be a slight delay. Some postcodes may be subject to an additional fee. All of the information about these extra charges can be found on our delivery page.

Mattresses near me? You can visit one of our showrooms or have your new mattress delivered on our next day delivery!

If you have any further questions or need some help, get in touch with our expert team on 0333 0069 769  

What is the best brand for my new mattress:

Silentnight mattress

Having trouble deciding which mattress to buy? You’ll be in safe hands if you go with a Silentnight mattress. For the past 70 years, Silentnight has been one of the UK’s leading manufacturers, renowned for their innovation in their mattress designs and providing superior comfort. Whether you fancy an eco mattress to benefit the planet, or one of Silentnight’s innovative miracoil spring mattresses for outstanding support, you’ll find a mattress from Silentnight that suits your sleep needs. 

Sealy mattress

With the help of leading orthopaedic specialists, Sealy developed their best-selling orthopaedic mattress collection - a must if you need extra support and care for your back. Alternatively, if you have difficulty sleeping during the summer, a coolgel mattress from Sealy may be a good option, as may a hypoallergenic mattress if you suffer from allergies. Regardless of what sleeper you are, you’ll be able to find a Sealy mattress that provides a great night’s sleep.

Sleepeezee mattress

Our Sleepeezee mattress collection offers great value for money. Their mattresses are technologically advanced with the use of high-quality materials to give you that well-deserved rest at night. Choose from a variety of options, including pocket sprung, pocket gel, orthopaedic and hybrid mattresses.

Hypnos mattress

Are you looking for a mattress with that extra touch of luxury? Look no further than our Hypnos mattress range. Approved by her majesty, the Queen, long-term Royal Warrant holders are notorious for providing mattresses with remarkable quality. Using a mixture of modern manufacturing techniques and traditional craftsmanship, you’ll be guaranteed to have sleep with great comfort and support. 

SleepSoul mattress

If you looking for a memory foam mattress, then you will love our SleepSoul mattress collection. Our extensive range has something for everyone, offering a number of formulas for the best night’s sleep. As all mattresses are rolled up, you can easily carry them into your bedroom, hassle-free.

Choose your perfect mattress by type:

Pocket sprung mattress

With a pocket sprung mattress, each spring is enclosed in its own cloth sleeve. This makes the mattress responsive to motion during sleep. As a result, these designs are usually available in a medium to firm firmness, promoting good posture for a night of sleep with unbeatable comfort.

Memory Foam mattress

Wanting to feel snuggly in your new mattress? Then memory foam mattresses are for you. The foam in these mattresses make you feel as if you are sinking into your sleep, by contouring to your body’s shape. If you suffer with back pain, then these models give you a good level of support that cushions the joints. 

Hybrid mattress

Also referred to as a ‘combination mattress', hybrid mattresses combine both foam and pocket spring layers, giving you excellent back support and comfort. 

What’s the best mattress for my sleeping position:

Best mattresses for side sleepers

A good mattress for side sleepers is one that provides lots of cushioning and helps keep your hips and shoulders in alignment while you sleep. A gel mattress may also be a good choice if you're looking for a cooler sleeping surface, but you can't go wrong with a medium or soft mattress, either.

Best mattresses for back sleepers

When you sleep on your back, it is important that you have a higher level of support to ensure your spine is correctly aligned. If this is the case, then we recommend a pocket sprung mattress. Additionally, some people prefer to choose an orthopaedic mattress if they want extra back care. When choosing the firmness of a mattress, we advocate a medium-firm or firm mattress for those who sleep on their backs.

Best mattresses for front sleepers

Front sleepers will need more cushioning than back sleepers, but less than a side sleeper would need. Hybrid mattresses with pocket springs are the most comfortable for people who sleep on their front. In addition, we recommend a mattress that has a medium or medium-firm firmness.

For more information, check out our ultimate sleeping positions guide

What size mattress do I need?

Choosing the right size mattress will very much depend on the space available in your home and whether you sleep alone or with a partner. For youngsters, a single mattress is generally the best. Its length is sufficient for most children. As the child grows, you might consider investing in a small double. While they’re narrower than traditional doubles, they are just as long. These can also be good for adults who don’t have enough room for a standard double bed. Double mattresses are good for couples and those who need extra room. However, if you’re both space-hoggers, then a king-size mattress will give you both plenty of room to relax. Super king-size beds are the final word in mattress space, giving all the room you need, plus a bit more. Check out our range of mattresses to find the one that suits your needs.  

The standard bed and mattress sizes in the UK are:

What mattress should I buy?

Getting a good night’s sleep is essential for staying healthy and happy, but the wrong mattress will lead to aching muscles and sleepless nights. Therefore, knowing what mattress to buy and the factors which go into choosing the right one will help ensure you're on the right track. Factors to consider include:

  • Mattress firmness: There are four main types of firmness, including soft, medium, medium-firm, and firm.
  • Mattress type: The five main types of mattress are pocket spring, traditional spring, latex, gel, and memory foam.
  • Sleeping position: Are you a front, back, or side sleeper? This consideration is more important than many people realize.
  • Material: From foam and polyester to wool and cotton, make sure you factor in any allergies or respiratory conditions you have too.

How much should a good mattress cost?

Mattresses tend to vary in price, mainly depending on how they’re made and what they’re made from. Cheaper mattresses might seem like a bit of a bargain, but they won’t necessarily help you get a good night’s sleep and in the long-term, can cause more problems than solve. To help you set your budget, we’ll look at the average cost of single and double mattresses, according to their main materials. 

  • Pocket-sprung. For a single, you can expect to pay around £200, while a double should cost somewhere in the region of £300 to £400  
  • Latex. A good latex single mattress will typically have a starting price of around £400 and you can expect to pay around £500 to £600 for a double. 
  • Memory foam. Singles start at around £200 to £300, while a double can retail at between £400 and £500.     
  • Orthopaedic. If you’re looking for a single mattress, then a good starting price is around £200. For a double, this can be around £400. 

Needing more help deciding which mattress is right for you and your home? Check out our mattress buying guide

How often should I change my mattress?

It's recommended that you change your mattress every six to eight years. However, there are no hard or fast rules; when and how often you change your mattress will come down to a few factors, including:

  • You've noticed sagging or damage
  • Your current mattress is negatively affecting your sleep
  • It's become noisy (this is common in older mattresses with worn-out springs)
  • You sleep better when staying at a hotel or someone else's house
  • You often wake up with sore muscles or stiff joints
  • You're suffering from allergies or asthma more regularly

How often should I clean my mattress?

The more a mattress is used, the greater the potential for things like dust, sweat, allergens, and dust mites to affect your sleeping surface. However, cleaning your mattress as little as once every six months can have a hugely beneficial effect on its condition. While there are specific mattress-cleaning products available, the simplest and most cost-effective method is to strip the mattress, sprinkle it with bicarbonate of soda and let it dry, before vacuuming it off. The bicarbonate will collect residual moisture and dust, leaving your mattress fresh, and clean, and creating an inhospitable environment for dust mites. If you’re still sleeping on something that’s past its sell-by date, then check out our website for a new mattress.