Myer’s has a long and proud history dedicated to making comfortable beds dating back to 1876, when founded by Horatio Myer.

Manufacturing beds way back when Queen Victoria reigned, Myer’s survived not only the dawn of the 20th century, but the 21st as well. This is testament to our company’s vast wealth of experience and ability to stay at the forefront of emerging technology.

Our original Vauxhall Walk location in London was where Myer’s beds were manufactured until 1982. That year marked the moving of our facility to Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire which is where we continues to makes our beds today.

In 2013, Myer’s became part of Steinhoff UK Bedding Group which has allowed us to grow as a company, with great investment in our Huntingdon manufacturing facilities and transport fleet.

Approved by the National Bed Federation and remaining true to its heritage, you can rest assure that your Myer’s bed is manufactured with the highest of quality standards, giving you honest value for money.