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Good posture is essential to a good night’s sleep. Whether you are standing up or lying down, your spine should always be aligned. This is because a straight spine puts less strain on your hips and shoulders.

Since no two spines are the same it is important to spend a few minutes trying a variety of mattresses to check your posture and to determine which firmness you require to give best support and comfort.

Please note, we are NOT an online retailer. Our showroom is located in Birkenhead and we strongly recommend that customers visit the showroom to try a variety of mattresses before making a decision. Orders can be taken over the phone or via email,

delivery is only available to Wirral, Cheshire or Liverpool. 


Every mattress has an individual feel.
We strongly recommend trying mattresses in store before making a choice.

Too Soft

When a mattress is too soft for you, it can put severe pressure on your lower back. It is not only uncomfortable, but it can cause stiffness the following day.


Just Right

When a mattress is just right for you, it works with you and supports your body evenly. This alleviates any pressure and keeps your spine perfectly aligned.


Too Firm

When a mattress is too firm for you, it can  create pressure around the shoulders, hips and knees, causing a restless night.

Try, try and try it again!

There is no substitute for lying on mattresses when selecting the right one for you.

You wouldn’t buy a new car without taking it for a test drive first – and you’ll be spending even more time in your bed!

Wear comfortable clothes, remove your coat and shoes and lie on the bed for quite a long time – at least 10 minutes (preferably more).

Adopt your normal sleeping position and lie on your side as well as your back.

Always shop together if the bed’s for two, to ensure you are both happy with your choice.

Set aside enough time to do the job properly. Don’t shop when you’re tired or rushed – you run the risk that the beds will all feel wonderful.


Springs or Foam

Pocket springs

Typically starting at 1000 springs. High spring count allows your mattress to mould to your unique shape and offers excellent support.

Open coil or 'Bonnell' springs

Generally fewer than 1000 springs and therefore cost less than a pocket sprung mattresses.  Ideal for a very firm bed or a great value option.



Usually a combination of various materials, including reflex foam and visco, sometimes memory foam. Will offer pressure relief and no roll together.

Which fillings?

Natural fillings

Normally a mixture of cotton, wool, cashmere or silk. Breathable, durable and responsive.



Reacts to your body and molds to your shape, offering outstanding comfort and pressure relief. 


A natural material that offers exceptional comfort , support and pressure relief.


We have over 100 mattresses on display with prices starting from £99

Value mattresses tend to have bonnell springs whereas superior mattresses usually contain pocket springs.


The most popular choice is a deep pocket sprung mattress with spring counts ranging from 800 - 7000 springs.

Whatever your budget, we are sure to have the right mattress for you.


Just right


5 Lord Street


CH41 1BJ


Mon - Sat: 9:00am -5:00pm

Sun and bank hols: 10:00am-3:00pm


See our contact page for a map

Over 100 Beds on Display in Our Large Showroom over Two Floors and with 2 Free Car Parks

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