As we kiss goodbye to balmy summer evenings and hunker down for hibernation – the human kind obvs (snuggling by a roaring fire instead of revelling in a pub beer garden), our thoughts turn to rest and relaxation. An early night is so much more appealing when it’s dark outside and lashing down with rain, so it’s an ideal time to make sure that our bedrooms are geared towards a good night’s sleep. For those who want to rest easy, in terms of comfort and conscience, a Herdysleep natural mattress is a great idea.
Founded in the Lake District, Herdysleep‘s mattresses are made by master bed makers with a full fleece of soft and bouncy Herdwick wool, responsibly-sourced from local Fell Farmer’s flocks. The wool is blended with cashmere and cotton, and layered over 6000 pocket springs, and foam, to create a medium tension (the most popular choice) breathable mattress that contours the body for comfort and support. Designed to induce a restful sleep, the ‘bed-in-a-box’ mattress also helps to keep the heritage Herdwick breed and traditional Lake District farming practices alive. So why not try one at home with the 100-day trial and give yourself another reason to snooze soundly.
They offer credit options and will even take your old mattress away for recycling.
From £649, Herdysleep.com