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Naturalmat Sustainable Message Goes International - Naturalmat Hotel

Naturalmathotel.co.uk is a user-friendly go-to portal for new and existing hotel customers to explore Naturalmat’s unrivaled range of organic handmade products. The new site offers extensive, regularly updated industry focused content; including tre…

Naturalmathotel.co.uk is a user-friendly go-to portal for new and existing hotel customers to explore Naturalmat’s unrivaled range of organic handmade products. The new site offers extensive, regularly updated industry focused content; including trends in the hotel and hospitality industry, ethical, environmental and sustainable pieces as well as Naturalmat’s own industry news. Prospective clients can use the site to learn more about the Naturalmat approach, read testimonials from existing hotel clients, and get in touch with the Naturalmat team to discuss their needs.

Naturalmat mattresses offer hoteliers a high quality alternative to poor, low-grade synthetic mattresses that have a short life span and offer limited levels of comfort. With their aim of achieving the perfect natural sleeping environment, Naturalmat has created a long lasting, sustainable product that is highly environmentally responsible and performs significantly better than its synthetic alternative in terms of comfort and durability.

Each mattress is made entirely by hand in the Naturalmat factory on the banks of the river Exe in Devon, using natural fibres that are unique to the brand, including natural latex tapped from rubber trees, recycled denim, and organic coir, a natural fibre extracted from the husk of a coconut. When combined with soft, materials like organic lambswool from local sheep, organic cashmere and mohair, Naturalmat mattresses offer a breathable, luxuriously comfortable sleeping experience. Bespoke mattresses can be made to deliver the exact level of comfort and support as required.

Naturalmat is happy to announce a number of new hotel partnerships, including:

● Six Senses Hotel resorts and spas. Located in some of the world’s most exotic and beautiful locations, the emphasis is on relaxation and complete luxury. Naturalmat developed a sumptuous natural fibre and spring mattress for all 57 hotel rooms in the Duoro Valley Hotel in Portugal, as well as a custom bed base and mattress topper, all designed to maximise comfort and provide that all-important luxury feel.

● Mas Salagros Eco Resort, Barcelona, a hotel dedicated to applying a natural and sustainable approach to every aspect of the business. Naturalmat developed a three tiered sleep system for the eco resort which includes a handmade bed base, mattress and luxurious mattress topper all crafted from organic and recycled materials, as well as providing organic duvets and pillows to ensure that every element of the bed reflects the hotel’s commitment to natural living.

These new hotel partnerships join Naturalmat’s existing group of hotel partners including British favourites The Beaumont, Chewton Glen, Cliveden, and Claridge's, and overseas partners including La Donaira, Manoir aux Quat Saisons, Hotel Tahiti, and Hostal Grau.

Peter Tindall, Naturalmat co-founder and MD, comments: “our new hotel portal makes it easier than ever to learn about the care that goes into every one of our mattresses, so you can find the best sleep solution for your hotel. We are proud to be the UK’s only manufacturer of 100% organic, natural fibre mattresses, and the care we put into every single one in our Devon factory shows in the finished product – sumptuously comfortable, breathable mattresses that provides a wonderful, natural, night’s sleep”

For more information, images, samples, or to speak to a Naturalmat spokesperson, please contact Aduro Communications:

aislinnspence@adurocommunications.co.uk, 0207 841 4870

hannahcochrane@adurocommunications.co.uk, 0207 841 7062

Notes to editors:

Naturalmat was founded in 2000 in Topsham in Devon, by Mark Tremlett and Peter Tindall, who as keen sailors had both become frustrated with the poor quality of synthetic mattresses found on boats.

When looking for an alternative they found natural fibres to be a better material for boating than synthetic fibres, because of the breathability they offer. With their combined knowledge and expertise they quickly developed a business making mattresses for yachts and motor boats.

With the arrival of Mark’s first child, they quickly identified a need for a natural mattress offering for babies. With a mission to develop the perfect natural sleeping environment for babies and children, Mark and Peter set to work to create a range of pure natural fibre mattresses. After nine months, they were proud to launch the UK’s first range of natural baby mattresses. The handmade range includes organic coir, natural latex tapped from rubber trees, and mohair mattresses from cribs through to children’s beds. Each mattress provides parents with the peace of mind that babies will have a safe and restful night’s sleep on the highest quality natural fibres available.

Naturalmat mattresses are made by hand and distributed all around the world from its base in Topsham, Devon.

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