Natural 8250 Pocket Spring Single Pillowtop Mattre...£1,250.00£1,250.00
Classic 1000 Pocket Spring Single Mattress - Mediu...RRP £239.99 Save 6%£225.00£225.00
Natural 5750 Pocket Spring Single Mattress - Mediu...£1,150.00£1,150.00
Avid Foam 2000 Pocket Spring Single Mattress - Fir...RRP £849.99 Save 45%£470.00£470.00
Just think of all the hours you'll spend on it. Then buy the very best single mattress you can afford - it's an investment that will pay you back.
At each end of the price scale, we've designed the options with thought and care. Choose between our jaw-droppingly good pocket sprung mattresses, or the well-priced open sprung mattresses. You'll pay less for a quality single mattress here, because we manufacture and sell direct to you. You can't go wrong with Soak&Sleep.
Our bedding expert says: "All our mattresses are standard UK sizing so you don't have to buy new bed linen (unless you want to of course)! Our single mattresses (sometimes referred to as a twin in other countries) are 90cm x 190cm (3ft 0" x 6ft 3"). Did you know that it gives you more room than half a double?"
Handy tips: Save even more money! If your single mattress is already OK, you could just add a topper - for better comfort and hygiene. Easy to wash and cheap to replace, too!
What size is a single mattress?
Our single mattresses (sometimes referred to as a twin in other countries) are 90cm x 190cm (3ft 0" x 6ft 3"). All our mattresses are standard UK sizing, so buying a Soak&Sleep single mattress means you don't have to buy new bed linen (unless you want to of course)! Want to know more about our mattress sizing? Visit our size guide.
How to choose a mattress
One of the most important considerations when choosing a new mattress is your sleeping position. If you’re buying for someone who sleeps on their back or front, a firm single mattress will be best as this will help support the spine in a neutral position. If instead, you’re buying for a side sleeper, a medium firm single mattress will be better as this allows hips and shoulders to sink into the mattress for better spinal alignment. If you’re unsure, then a medium-firm single mattress is a good choice. After all, more adults sleep on their sides than in any other position.
How to clean a mattress
Keeping your mattress at its best means paying attention to cleaning it now and then. Here’s how:
1.Use a protector. By using a protector, your mattress will stay cleaner and fresher for longer.
2. Use your vacuum cleaner to remove any dust that’s built up on your mattress.
3. Use an upholstery shampoo, warm water and a sponge on any stains, making sure the mattress is completely dry before making up the bed.
Learn more about cleaning and caring for your mattress in our mattress care guide.