There’s lots of different Manchester Bed Shops to choose from in 2020, with so much choice it can be hard to know which one is right for you. As one of the UK’s leading cities, Manchester has a good range of bedding and mattress stores in and around the city – this includes both national and independent retailers.
You’ll find alone that Dreams has around 7 bed superstores in the Greater Manchester region, while Bensons for Beds has about 11 stores. Both national retailers and independent outlets have the facility to offer Free Home Delivery on many items, however please bear in mind that usually a minimum amount has to be spent to quality for free home delivery. Some companies even place your new bed frame or mattress in the room of your choice, however this can vary so please ask the salesperson before buying.
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Types of Mattresses and Beds in Manchester….
As you would expect, there’s a great selection of high quality products to purchase in the Greater Manchester region. From pocket spring mattresses to memory foam mattresses, reflex foam mattresses or divan beds! You’ll find products from some of the country’s best known manufacturers and brands including (but not limited to) Silentnight, Hypnos, Sleepeezee, Casper, Rest Assured, Eve, Sealy, Julian Bowen, Jay-Be, Slumberland and many more!
- Custom Size Beds
- Cheap Beds
- Single Beds
- Small Double Beds
- Double Beds
- Kingsize Beds
- Superking Beds
- Divan Sets
- Adjustable Beds
- Small Single Mattress
- Single Mattress
- Small Double Mattress
- Double Mattress
- Kingsize Mattress
- Superking Mattress
- Zip and Link Mattress
- Adjustable King Mattress
There’s lots of different reasons why you may want a particular style of frame or mattress. In many homes across the North West of England, you’ll find styles such as Metal Frames, Wooden Frames, Real Leather, Faux Leather, TV Beds and more! Many manufacturers produce a good range of colour options, meaning whatever item you pick should easily fit in – with existing or new decor in your room.
Did you know? According to Which? “The most popular sleeping position by far is when you sleep on your side, with your arms out in front of you” (Source)
Searching for a Pocket Spring Mattress?
Over the last 10 years or so, Pocket spring mattresses have become extremely popular in the United Kingdom. They’re known for their adaptability and supportive qualities – meaning you can have a lovely nights sleep without being disturbed by your partner. This works because each spring is housed in its own little fabric pocket – hence the name.
As one partner moves the other side of the mattress remains in place. This means each side supports the shape and weight of each individual person more easily. You’ll find that some brands call this ‘no-roll together’.
Some other benefits of sprung mattresses include:
- There well ventilated, which allows the mattress to better adjust to your body temperature, and keeps you cooler during the hot summer months.
- With many brands there’s also a great choice of firmness options to choose from, as standard they can be created in a range firmness options; such as more springs and balanced padding if required.
- They’re also designed to last, with many lasting between 5 to 10 years, please remember to read all of the documentation which comes with your product, this will inform you on how you should care for it, to prolong its lifespan.
Why We Love Manchester
Located in North West England, Manchester has been an important city for centuries. The first known recorded history of Manchester began with a settlement linked to the Roman fort of ‘Mamucium’, it’s estimated this was established in around AD 79 near the confluence of the rivers Medlock and Irwell.
It wasn’t until the unplanned growth in the city was brought on by a expansion in textile manufacturing during the Industrial Revolution. This quickly resulted in Manchester becoming the world’s first industrialised city. By 1894, the Manchester Ship Canal opened creating the Port of Manchester and linking the city to the Irish Sea, which is around 35 miles away to the west.
Today, the Greater Manchester region has a population of around 2.5 million people. It was originally created 1974 and has ten metropolitan boroughs, these are Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan, and the cities of Manchester and Salford.
Home Delivery in Manchester and North West England
If you’re ordering a new bed frame or mattress online or in-store, many retailers will offer some form of home delivery. This may be free (if your order is large enough to meet their critieria) or there could be a small charge. As every store is different, please ask before purchasing.
Most bedding and furniture outlets can deliver all across the Greater Manchester region, including areas such as:
Castlefield, Cheetham, Chorlton, Chorlton Park, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Chorltonville, Clayton, Collyhurst, Crumpsall, Denton North East, Denton South, Denton West, Didsbury, Didsbury East, Didsbury West, Fallowfield, Glenbrook, Gorton, Great Heaton, Green Quarter, Greenheys
Harpurhey, Highfield Country Park, Hulme, Hyde Godley, Hyde Newton, Hyde Werneth, Ladybarn, Levenshulme, Longdendale, Longsight, Merseybank, Miles Platting, Moss Side, Mossley, Moston
New Islington, New Moston, Newall Green, Newton Heath, Northenden, Northern Moor, Northern Quarter, Old Moat, Openshaw, Parrs Wood, Peel Hall, Ringway
Sharston, Smedley, Spinningfields, St John’s, St. Peters, Stalybridge North, Stalybridge South, Strangeways, Victoria Park, West Gorton, Whalley Range, Withington, Woodhouse Park, Wythenshawe