Fenton Bed Warehouse


A wide selection of beds and mattresses. Personal service from a family business

Tel: 01782 415649


Sleep Advice & News

With so many options available when it comes to buying a new bed or mattress we have added some resources of Sleep Advice and News below. We would always recommend that you come and try out our beds and ask us for advice tailored to your specific needs.


Standard and Mattress Sizes

Standard Bed and Mattress Sizes

Imperial Metric
3'0" x 6'3"
90 x 190cm
Small Double
4'0" x 6'3"
120 x 190cm
4'6" x 6'3"
135 x 190cm
5'0" x 6'6"
150 x 200cm
Super King
6'0" x 6'6"
180 x 200cm

If you or your partner is over 6ft tall we recommend a King or Super King size bed as for a good nights sleep your bed should be 10-15cm (4-6in) longer than you are. We supply beds of up to X & Y size in a range of styles.


Bed M.O.T.

When to change your mattresses

If you really want to get the best possible night's sleep so you look and feel at your best, The Sleep Council recommends you start to think about replacing your bed after seven years.

  1. Is it seven or eight years old or more? The critical 'Seven year itch' can be a make or break moment for many marriages and mattresses.
  2. Did you have your best night's sleep recently with another one?
  3. Are you waking up more frequently unrefreshed and aching?
  4. Do you disturb your partner or are you disturbed by them when changing sleep positions?
  5. Does it look used or worn?
  6. Does it feel lumpy?
  7. Does it make suspicious noises in the night?
  8. Is it sagging - do you and your partner roll towards each other unintentionally in the middle of the night?
  9. Are the base, legs or castors lumpy, worn or wobbly?
  10. Would it be embarrassing if neighbours saw it without its covers?

Please see a selection of our current range...


The Sleep Council
Royal Charm

Myer's Bed Guide

Myer's have produced a bed guide to help you select the right Myer's bed for you. It is full of really good information including:

  • How to choose your new bed
  • Types of Mattresses
  • Springs & Supports
  • Types of Bases
  • Care of your Bed

Please see the Myer's Bed Guide eBook...

Fenton Bed Warehouse your local stockist for Myer's Beds.


Memory Foam

Buy British Beds

According to the Sleep Council, more than 100 manufacturers make beds across the length and breadth of Britain and it is therefore important that consumers look to support the industry by buying British whenever they can.

The Sleep Council logo of a smiley face with a Union Jack background is now being used as part of the campaign to highlight to potential purchasers British-made beds and bedroom furnishing to potential purchasers.

Jessica Alexander of the Sleep Council commented: "There are many reasons for choosing to buy British when buying a bed - from the fact we have a long history of producing the best beds in the world to knowing that buying British is to buy a bed that will unquestionably meet the UK's stringent fire safety regulations.

Fendon Bed Warehouse can advice you on the different types of UK made Beds and Mattresses available.



Buy British
Memory Foam

Memory Foam Mattresses

Memory foam foam softens in reaction to body heat, allowing it to mold to a warm body in a few minutes. Memory foam is also pressure-sensitive and molds quickly to the shape of a body pressing against it, returning to its original shape once the pressure is removed.

Memory foam was developed in 1966 by NASA's to improve the safety of aircraft cushions. The temperature-sensitive memory foam was initially referred to as slow spring back foam. The property of firmness (hard to soft) of memory foam is used in determining comfort.

Memory foam has an open-cell structure that reacts to body heat and weight by 'moulding' to the sleeper's body, helping relieve pressure points.

Fendon Bed Warehouse can advice you on the different types of Mattresses available

Please see a selection of our current range...




Note : Due to our wide selection and stock turnaround the website only features examples of our range and not our total stock line up. We are always happy to help you find the right bed for you so simply give us a ring or call in to discuss your needs.