Mattresses & Divans


Our wide range of blissful mattresses includes supportive pocket sprung mattresses and cushioning memory foam mattresses. With a wide range of sizes, from single mattress all the way up to Emperor (and with several specialist mattresses sizes as well), you’ll be on your way to a better night’s sleep.


A good night's sleep doesn't have to be out of your reach, settle down and re-charge when you find the right mattress foundation for your unique shape.


A good night's sleep doesn't have to be out of your reach. Settle down and re-charge when you find the right mattress foundation for your unique shape, with a selection of mattresses, from memory foam mattresses to pocket sprung. Read our mattress size guide to find the right size mattress for you.

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  1. Natural 8250 Pocket Spring Pillowtop Mattress
    Starting at £1,062.50 £1,062.50 - £1,827.50
  2. Natural 5750 Pocket Spring Mattress
    Starting at £977.50 £977.50 - £1,657.50
  3. Natural 3250 Pocket Spring Mattress
    Starting at £722.50 £722.50 - £1,487.50
  4. Pure 1500 Pocket Spring Mattress
    Starting at £399.50 £399.50 - £637.50
  5. Pure 2000 Pocket Spring Mattress
    Starting at £463.25 £463.25 - £990.00
  6. Ockham Upholstered Headboard & Divan Base
    Starting at £550.00 £550.00 - £650.00
  7. Upholstered 4 Drawer Divan Base
    Starting at £349.00 £349.00 - £399.00
  8. Wentworth Upholstered Headboard & Divan Base
    Starting at £425.00 £425.00 - £525.00

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100 Night Guarantee

We’re so confident that you’ll love your Soak&Sleep mattress that we offer a 100-night trial with any mattress purchase. All you need to do is sleep on your new mattress for a minimum of 30 days. If, after this time – or up to 100 nights – you decide the new mattress isn’t right for you, you can return it for free. Find out more about our 100 night mattress trial.

Mattress FAQs

How often should you change your mattress?

Although official guidance says you should replace your mattress around once every eight years, what’s really important is how your mattress looks and feels.

If your mattress is stained, damaged, uncomfortable, noticeably sagging or dipping, it’s probably time for you to invest in a new mattress. Doing so will help you sleep better and give you more energy to go about your day. You may also find a decrease in the number of allergies you suffer. That’s because old mattresses are a haven for dustmites and allergens – something that can dramatically affect your health on a daily basis.

What mattress should I buy?

The best bedmakers use natural materials like cashmere and wool because these improve breathability for a more comfortable night’s sleep.

Sharing a bed? We'd always recommend going as large as you can! If you have the room, choose the minimum of a superking mattress to minimise disturbance from your partner. Or go one step further and choose a Zip & Link bed. These mattresses feature two individual spring systems that respond individually to your needs and your partner will disturb you less during the night. What's more, Zip & Link allows you to switch between singles and double bed size for the ultimate flexibility. If your mattress feels too firm, too soft or you want to create more comfort, add a mattress topper.

What is the most comfortable mattress?

Ask a hundred people what the most comfortable mattress is, and you’ll get a hundred different responses – we’re all different and all prefer different things! Choose a mattress that suits your sleeping position and one that gives you high-quality support with pocket springs. Side sleepers will benefit from a medium firmness mattress while back and front sleepers will get the most benefit from firmer mattresses

If your mattress is too firm or too soft, you can add a topper to adjust the firmness to suit your preference.

How do you clean a mattress?

Keep your mattress at its best by using a mattress protector to guard against spills and stains. From time to time, it’s important to give your mattress a clean by gently vacuuming the surface of your mattress, using the upholstery attachment, to remove any dirt and dust. 

If the mattress surface has become dirty or soiled, use an upholstery shampoo, warm water and a sponge to help remove the stain. Make sure you allow the mattress to dry thoroughly before making up your bed again.

When should I flip my mattress?

Not all mattresses need to be flipped. Those with a cushion top or which are marked as ‘no-turn’ should be rotated only. Flip and rotate your mattress every few weeks – once a month is perfect. Doing this helps ensure a more even wear on the mattress fill, helping it last for longer.