If you're looking for that dreamy sink-into-the-mattress feeling, the Silentnight Abbeydale Pocket Spring Mattress is ideal for you. The Abbeydale mattress boasts the innovative Mirapocket zoned support system, providing the body with the best support in the areas needed most. With up to 2211 springs, your weight is spread evenly across the whole mattress to avoid a restless night’s sleep. These edge-to-edge springs offer a maximum supportive sleep space across the whole mattress.
The Silentnight Abbeydale mattress, an upgrade of the popular Farrington mattress, delivers a medium level of support and is made from high quality hypoallergenic mattress fabric that aids airflow for a cooler sleep. The extra breathable and supportive Airstream Memory™ comfort layer helps to reduce restlessness throughout the night, moulding with the contours of your body for soothing pressure relief.
There’s also a Purotex cover which works to reduce moisture and dust-mite allergens to create a drier, fresher and all-round healthier sleeping environment. An additional ActiFlex comfort layer makes for a more relaxing sleep, flexing to your movements and weight and further improving pressure relief. This mattress is part of the Affinity range.
Single sided: Rotate head to toe weekly for the first 3 months, then just once a month.
For your peace of mind, our Bedcover Service Plan lets you rest easy about the looks, comfort and performance of your new mattress, bed or furniture with cover of up to 8 years.
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From the point of purchase, we recommend that you rotate your mattress regularly. Rotate head to toe weekly for the first three months and then every month thereafter.
Yes, we've developed a service that's fast, convenient, and environmentally friendly. Our team will pick up your old bed frame or mattress while they deliver your new one. We'll then recycle your item at our own specialist bed and mattress recycling centre.
You can purchase this service at the checkout. Prices vary depending on the item you need removing, these can be found here.
Several of our mattresses are 'double sided' which means that both sides of the mattress are suitable for sleeping on - this feature will be highlighted in the product description.
If your mattress is double sided, we suggest turning your mattress with the same frequency as rotating - so weekly for the first three months and then every month thereafter.
All our mattresses come with a specific guarantee period - this ranges from 1 year to 10 years and will depend on the brand. You can find the guarantee for each mattress listed in the product description on our website.
The spring count for this mattress can be viewed in the product specifications in the overview section.
Our mattresses have been designed to accommodate a variety of different sleepers - therefore we do not specify weight limits for any of our mattresses. If you are concerned about the support that a mattress will be able to offer you, we would suggest visiting your local store to discuss your requirements with our team who will help you find the most suitable mattress.
Most of our mattresses are compatible with all of our bases and bed frames. The product description will state if it is compatible with our Sleepmotion or adjustable bed frames. Please note that if you are choosing a mattress for the top bunk of a child's bed frame, it must be 15cm or less in depth.
Electric blankets can be used with all our mattresses however we do not recommend that they are placed directly on the mattress surface. In addition, using an electric blanket may alter the comfort grade of the mattress depending on the mattress type.
We also recommend following all guidelines and instructions specified by the manufacturer of your electric blanket.
All new mattresses are designed to settle/dip slightly in the areas that you sleep the most. We measure our mattress depths from the top edge to the bottom. Because they're handmade, the depths can vary slightly throughout - especially towards the middle. This is where the luxurious and supportive fillings are more prominent. The layers and fillings are simply responding to pressure point areas and providing support where you need it. While a little settlement is no cause for concern, there are ways you can minimize any further dipping: