Now what we look for most in a hotel particularly if we’ve got jet lag but also if we’re just jaded is a good night’s sleep.
And for us the first thing we do when we get into our rooms is check the roll.
Whether it’s a one, two or three roll with, of course, a triple roll the best.
Meaning you can swivel three times before falling out of the bed or land on your partner.
All of which is underpinned by leading mattress maker King Koil.
Rolled King Koil
And Rolled King Koil as we call it will make you a merry rolled soul, all right.
So what is about King Koil that Tripadvisor reviewers fell for at dreamy Dromoland Castle Hotel?
Well, it would seem to be their deep sumptuous mattress pillow top.
Supportive, with breathable fabric and pressure-relieving memory foam for healthy comfort.
And here’s the science… no less than 2,000 independent pocket springs support the body and minimise partner disturbance.
While the back support and mattress edge protection, with re-inforced border encasement, ensure edge-to-edge sleeping comfort without roll-off.
And best of all the King Koil Dromoland Castle bed comes with an added incentive.
Of a free room upgrade at Clare’s pride and joy with every purchase.
This exclusive promotion is in-store from 1 October to 31 December.
Now Drumoland have a range of offers at hand but here’s one we fell on to give Thanksgiving for for you and your partner
With the Thanksgiving experience for €1379 offering:
•Two nights luxurious accommodation including full Irish breakfast each morning.
•Special Thanksgiving welcome amenity from Executive Head Chef, David McCann.
•Thanksgiving dinner on the Thursday night, showcasing the best of Irish produce and with an Irish twist.
•Estate activity of choice which includes genealogy or country pursuits (falconry or archery or clay target shooting).
•Or golf on the championship course.
And because we’re more, much more than a travel blog, more a template for life.
We bring you tips for a better night’s sleep.
And that means gentle exercise… steady, that’s before you get into bed!
Decaffeinating, we’re always told, helps. So go easy on the booze, coffee, fizzy drinks and chocolate.
Keep regular sleep patterns and wind down before going to bed.
Create an atmosphere by keeping the room dark, with black-out curtains or blinds.
Avoid blue light, like computer and phone screens, and keep the room cool.
While the old adage rings true that to get through life get a strong bed and good pair of shoes.
As you spend half your life in one and the other half on the others.
With mattresses to be changed every eight years.