SLEEP ON AN ODD COMPANY MATTRESS
Nights To Remember – Hotels Featuring Odd Company Mattresses
From converted countryside chapels to quirky city townhouses, Odd Company mattresses and beds can be found in the top boutique hotels around the world, offering guests a natural, sustainable and of course, luxurious nights sleep.
Number One Bruton
Number One Bruton is an elegant Georgian townhouse, medieval forge and row of cottages carefully converted into a twelve-bedroom hotel set around a pretty private courtyard. At the heart of the project is a devotion to Somerset’s craft heritage, artistry and culture. A true retreat from city life.
At the Chapel
Located in the centre of Bruton, At the Chapel combines eight gorgeous, contemporary styled bedrooms with a restaurant, artisan bakery and wine store, all housed in a 18th century congregational chapel.
Located on the site of Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Durslade Farmhouse forms part of a group of Grade II listed farm buildings that date back from as early as 1760. Renovated by Argentinian architect Luis Laplace, the Farmhouse is full of character, bold innovative twists and of course the comfiest of beds.
The Crown Inn, Amersham
Contemporary comfort meets 400 years of history, The Crown Inn occupies a Grade 2 listed coaching house and its rooms are furnished with the comfiest beds in Amersham. Over the years The Crown Inn has been used as a location for a number of tv shows and films, with the most famous guests being Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell who spent a night in one of the Courtyard Suites in “Four Weddings and a Funeral”
The Portobello Hotel
The outstanding rooms of The Portobello Hotel embody the Bohemian spirit of Portobello Road Market in Notting Hill. The signature room of the hotel overlooks the gardens and is furnished with a unique circular Odd Company bed and mattress.
This Grade II listed house was built by the Hon. Henry William Wilson, 11th Lord Berners in 1783. Sitting high on a hill overlooking the green and verdon Leicestershire countryside, this private home sleeps 20 and offers guests a home away from home.
The Olde Bell, Berkshire
One of the oldest inn’s in the world, The Olde Bell boasts thirteen bedrooms which were designed by celebrated interior designer Ilse Crawford who has created a chic yet cosy spaces to relax and unwind.
The Lynnfield Hotel, Orkney
A small country-house hotel, looking northwards over Orkney’s capital, to Kirkwall Bay and the north isles beyond. As well as exquisite beds, Lynnfields bar is stocked with over 400 malt whiskies including many rare expressions of Highland Park, Britain’s most northerly distillery, and the hotels closest neighbour.
The Inn at Whitewell
Set above the River Hodder this 18th Century former coaching inn overlooks open countryside and the fells of the Ribble Valley. The restaurant serves brilliant local food and featured on the first episode of Rob Bryon and Steve Coogan’s ‘The Trip’.
Hay Barton B&B
Hay Barton is a small working farm situated on Cornwall’s beautiful Roseland Peninsula. Surrounded by its own land, this award winning bed and breakfast is the perfect place to relax and unwind..