Savile Bed Company first popped up back in 2013 as part of a joint partnership between themselves and Hyder Beds. Both companies originate from Dewsbury in Yorkshire as part of a mid-range niche that aims to bring higher quality construction to lower price points, something that everyone is sure to embrace. The range of Savile Bed Company mattresses is currently fairly slim and sold, seemingly exclusively through Mattress Next Day.
All mattresses within the Savile range are handmade in the UK using horse hair as a comfort layer. One of the primary benefits to horse hair is that it is able to naturally absorb excess moisture, allowing it to evaporate far quicker than other materials and helping ensure that you remain cooler and your mattress remains more hygenic. A bit niche, for sure, but the reasoning behind it is sound. After all, you spend 30% of your time in the same mattress for typically 7 years with a product that cannot be washed and cleaned in a typical way, so the benefits of horse hair as a comfort layer begin to be realised.
Reviews for these mattresses are scarce, unfortunately the new range adopted by Mattress Next Day has not been on the market long enough to properly formulate accurate data. That said, the specifications generally aint a picture themselves; wool, cashmere, silk, horse hair and pocket springs don’t come cheap and are highly regarded as some of the best mattress fillings you can buy at a price normally seen far higher than the products here meaning that you should be getting great value for money as a result. Well worth a punt for the price point.