COVID-19 UPDATE

Following the latest government guidance, we will be temporarily closing our store from Thursday 5th November.

We will continue to closely follow updates from the UK government as this situation develops and will prepare to reopen our store when advised by the government that it is safe to do so. 


In the meantime, our warehouse will be open to receive customers goods so we can still deliver these in a safe manner. If you have placed an order before Thursday 5th November and was due in before Christmas, our Logistics Team will contact you to arrange a delivery date.


We would like to thank all our customers for bearing with us during this challenging time. If you need to contact us please message our Facebook page or leave us a Telephone message we will get back to you as soon as its possible to do so.

The Bed Buying Advice You Need

The team at Kitchings Beds & Furniture Superstore have many years’ experience in the industry, and are happy to suggest and advise on the correct bed or mattress for you. However, it is also important that you choose the bed that feels right. Here are some tips that should help with the decision process:

A comfortable white double bed,
  • Before you visit our store to browse our beds and mattresses, we recommend you wear lightweight clothing. Trying a bed in a big outdoor coat adds to the padding around you and gives a false impression of how the bed feels.
  • You’ll probably sleep on your new bed for up to 10 years, depending on the quality. This means that it is essential that you try your new purchase in-store. Come and have a lie down, get comfortable, and take some time to get a good idea on how it is likely to feel for perfect night’s sleep. Try to narrow your choice down to a few beds or mattresses and then spend plenty of time lying on them. 5 to 10 minutes should be the minimum for each bed, but feel free to spend half an hour or even an hour, if that's what you need.
A luxurious double bed.
  • Everyone has different needs for comfort and support, and our mattresses and beds take age, medical conditions, and weight into account. There are no hard and fast rules, so please inform the salesperson on any special requirements you may have.
  • The term 'orthopaedic' generally means an extra firm bed, and this is not based on any medical recommendations or other common standards. Firmness is not determined by price, although comfort, luxury, and durability, as well as additional features do come in a range of prices.
  • Do not confuse a hard bed with a supportive bed, and don't assume that an orthopaedic or firmer bed is the best option. Support and comfort are very important; for example, if you sit on a hard chair for an hour, you would start to feel uncomfortable. A bed is no different, and if a bed is too hard, you will have a restless and disturbed sleep.

Call us, in Bedale, Yorkshire, to enquire further about our beds and furniture.