Seventh Heaven have been providing luxury beds to the hospitality sector for over 50 years, from the best hotels in the world to the smallest Bed and Breakfast. This is a list of some of the establishments where you can sleep in a Seventh Heaven bed, some close to our showroom in Chirk Mill, and others far and wide across the UK and the world.
The West Arms is a 16th century Country Inn nestled within the stunning scenery of Ceiriog valley, in the picturesque village of Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog. Low ceilings, natural slate floors and roaring inglenook fires create the perfect ambience in which to enjoy the delicious food prepared by award winning chef Grant Williams.
Palé Hall is an AA Five Red Star, Relais & Chateaux luxury country house hotel. The perfect destination for a quiet retreat with comfort and culinary indulgence. Situated in the tranquil Dee valley this grand Victorian mansion has an idyllic woodland garden rolling down to the banks of the river and the spectacular Snowdonia National Park in view.
The Hotel Nord Pinus sits on the highest point of the Kasbah, the historic center of the city of Tanger in Morocco. The unique location provides a breathtaking view of Tarifa, the Spanish coast, the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean sea. Seventh Heaven have provided a selection of stunning beds to this beautiful boutique hotel.
The Wynnstay is a superb 18th Century coaching inn with plenty of character in the local market town of Oswestry offering a fitness and beauty suite. Their deluxe rooms complete with Seventh Heaven beds are perfect for romantic getaways or to celebrate a special ocassion.
The Tyddan Llan is a converted shooters' lodge in the rolling tranquility of the Dee Valley. This restaurant-with-rooms, in a very pleasant rural location, has an award winning Michelin-starred menu and selection of Seventh Heaven beds to sleep off the excesses of food and wine.
The Dial House is an award winning hotel in Reepham, with unique boutique rooms, many with Seventh Heaven beds as the centrepiece. These rooms include weird and wonderful curiosities, enormous bath tubs and vinyl record players. With a restaurant awarded three AA rosettes, the Dial House celebrates the very best of Norfolk hospitality.