From single beds, double beds, king-size and even super king, many Blyth Bed Shops have a huge range of high-quality products at superb pricing. With quick home delivery and finance options, if required – there’s never been a better time to visit.
Considering a Silentnight Mattress?
Silentnight have been one of Britain’s leading manufacturers for decades, they have built a solid reputation for high-quality products at amazing prices. With such a large range of items, there has never been an easier time to make a purchase, you may be interested in an item like the Silentnight Amsterdam Miracoil Ortho Mattress which has been constructed to offer pressure relief and support for the sleeper. It features their signature Miracoil spring system, intended to give a firmer level of comfort for people who need an orthopaedic sleeping surface.
The Miracoil spring system is separated into three zones to allow effective weight distribution across the unit, you will also be happy to know that it even features edge-to-edge support. In addition, the mattress is hypoallergenic and dust mite resistant, it also features Silentnight’s EcoComfort Fibre which delivers a cooling effect as you sleep.
Bed Shops in Blyth
Bensons for BedsAt Bensons for Beds Blyth you’ll find a wide range of high-quality products at fantastic prices, there’s easy car parking and helpful staff who can’t wait to assist you! Equally the store itself prides its reputation on helping customers find the right bed for them.
Phone Number: 01670 351535
Franks Flooring StoreIf you are looking for beds or flooring in then you have come to the right place! You’ll find this store on Albion Retail Park where the friendly team will be on hand to help you to choose the perfect bed or flooring for your home.
Phone Number: 01670 353112
Please note that the list above is in no particular order - this page is to be used as a 'general guide only'
Why we Love Blyth
Blyth is a town in Northumberland. It lies on the coast to the south of the River Blyth and is approximately 13 miles north of Newcastle upon Tyne. It has a population of about 37,000 people. The port of Blyth dates from the 12th century, but the development of the modern town only began in the first quarter of the 18th century. On the river of Blyth is nine wind turbines of the Blyth Harbour Wind Farm which were constructed along the East Pier in 1992. They were joined in 2000 by Blyth Offshore Wind Farm, which is composed of two turbines situated 0.62 mile out to sea. Although the original 9 turbines have now been demolished there is currently one bigger turbine on the North Blyth side with building work taking place on a second turbine.
Did You Know… Today the Port of Blyth handles up to 1.5 million tonnes of cargo, mainly containers and RoRo, and some limited volumes of bulk cargos. One of Blyths most famous companies was the Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company Ltd. Which was a British shipyard located in Blyth.
In 1914 a cargo ship under construction was purchased by the Admiralty and converted into the Navy’s first seaplane carrier Ark Royal. During WW1 the company completed nine tramps and colliers, along with ten X-lighter landing craft and six sloops for the Royal Navy; these were the Arabis class minesweeper Verbena, the Aubrietia class convoy escorts Aubrietia and Gaillardia, the Anchusa class convoy escort Ivy and the 24-class fleet minesweepers Merry Hampton and Ormonde.
During World War II the Blyth company built five River class and two Bay-class frigates, seven Castle-class corvettes, as well as two Flower-class corvettes and ten Bangor-class minesweepers. The former German cargo ship Hannover was also converted into the escort carrier Audacity. Unfortunately due to rising costs and falling orders meant that after losing money for five years the yard was finally closed in 1967.