Relyon mattresses, much like the Dunlopillo brand, are both owned by the Steinhoff group, a business that also owns the likes of Harveys Furniture and Bensons for Beds. This is fairly encouraging, as the group have had a vested interest in the home sector for a decade and have proven hugely successful. Prior to the acquisition of Relyon under the Steinhoff group, the company was run by the Price Brothers, founded in 1985, this company was renowned for it’s 100% wool mattresses. These mattresses were so well renowned internationally that they were awarded the Manufacturing Guild Mark, an award so prestigious that they become one of a select group of only five brands worldwide to be given the seal of approval.
Relyon mattresses fit into the higher price bracket of product with prices even on the single mattresses going into considerable sums for the product, that said, you are paying for quality of product and the price is very much justified when you look at the sort of reviews that these mattresses garner with many talking about the superb level of support given from such a soft mattress. The products today still utilise wool are one of their primary top layers for comfort, with pocket springs being the quality choice for construction. This is a fantastic mix that has served the Relyon brand well over the decades and one that has consistently reviewed well with consumers.
Relyon mattresses typically start at around £400. The exception is the excellence range which is a type of budget-lined roll-up mattress that fits into a lower price point and consequently lower quality. Still well worth a consideration as the foundations and building blocks of what make a great mattress are all there, however, the traditional mattresses will generally have better longevity and stand the test of time better and £400 feels like a perfectly reasonable starting point for the amount of time you’ll spend with the mattress.