Who makes Dreamland Beds Not a lot is known about Dreamland Beds within the mattress industry, we’ve scoured the internet and it looks like they are a supplier that are currently dealing exclusively with Mattress Next Day. Despite their name, Dreamland Beds do not specialise in just beds, expanding their range through to include both mattresses and headboards also. The most popular mattress in the Dreamland Beds range is the Jasmine mattress which has garnered plenty of reviews and steady sales volume over the last 12 months. Are Dreamland Beds any good? While reviews are somewhat sparse across the entire range, what we do know from the initial reviews from real customers is that the Dreamland Beds mattresses fit a purpose and more often than not, that purpose is that the mattress needs to be as budget friendly as possible. Prices for mattresses typically start at around £250 yet the Dreamland Beds range starts at an impressive £80ish. To that end you are not going to get the same level of quality associated with some of the bigger boys like relyon, silentnight and hypnos, however, that £80ish does still go quite a long way, For that price you will get an National Bed Federation approved product that features an open spring support system, which, while not overly impressive if you were paying £250, becomes far more so at the price point that these products are targeted toward. We would probably suggest these mattresses are best suited to those that are looking for a spare room mattress or a mattress that will only be used occasionally, for anyone looking for a mattress that will last for the next 7 years (the average for the industry in terms of replacements), we would recommend investing in a pocket spring memory foam mattress at a higher price point.