Palatine Beds: Bed and Mattress Review
Owned by Newcastle City Council, Palatine Beds hold the title of the oldest bed manufacturers in the North East of England.
Based in Westerhope, Palatine Beds manufacture beds, mattresses and electric beds, all from their large factory.
What you may not know about Palatine Beds is that because the company is supported by the government, over 70% of the workforce is disabled in some form, and Palatine Beds work in tandem with the government to help get and keep disabled people into work.
Because Palatine Beds manufacture on site, the great savings they make can be passed on to you, the customer. All of the beds are available to see in the factory shop in Newcastle, and the staff on site are more than happy to help you choose that perfect bed or mattress.
Palatine Beds take pride in the quality craftsmanship of all of their products, and the Heirloom mattress and bedstead is a great example of this.
This quality, no-turn mattress is topped with 75mm of luxurious memory foam and 1400 pocketed spring count.
The mattress has 7 layers of soft fillings for added comfort, and upholstered with a stretchy cover with quilted foam.
The base has added storage, with 2 or 4 drawers available, and a brass headboard.
The Heirloom is available as a platform top set or mattress only, available from £411.
For the absolute ultimate in slumber luxury, try the Matfen 5 star hotel quality bed, the sort of bed you would find in only the best hotel rooms across the country.
This bed is upholstered in a rich red suede finish, complete with added storage drawers and a handy non-turn, ventilated mattress for your convenience.
The 1400 pocketed springs cause the mattress to bend and shape with your body during the night, for extra comfort and flexibility. You’ll wake up feeling a million dollars!
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