A couple of weeks ago, one of our guests commented that she could feel the springs in one of the single beds in the twin room.
We had always intended that this room would be reserved for children, but over time, we’ve seen an increase in groups of 6 adults booking the Barn for walking holidays in the Peak District.
We’d recently bought a memory foam mattress for our rapidly growing son and having tried it myself, thought a pair of these would do well in the Barn.
We are so delighted with these mattresses (as are our guests since) that I thought I’d highlight them here.
The mattresses are made in Italy by Perdormire and called the Duet 500 and we got ours from a superb bed shop in Leek called Bedz, Bedzz & Bedrooms.
They arrive rolled up very tightly and vacuum packed for ease of transport, but once unwrapped, expand to produce wonderfully comfortable memory foam mattresses.
I’ve read that some people find memory foam mattresses a bit hot in summer, but there is no doubting the orthopaedic benefits of having your weight evenly distributed over the mattress.
I’d welcome your views on the Perdormire Duet 500 memory foam mattress if you own one, or indeed your thoughts on memory foam mattresses in general.