Thicker Duvets for winter

The trees are almost entirely naked now that Christmas is almost here. Concerns about the climate and temperature are also present.

Hotels and bed and breakfasts may need to ramp up the heating a notch or two and possibly invest in some heavier duvets. This is particularly true if a large portion of your visitors are senior guests who are prone to feeling the cold more.


We know that duvets come in various tog values, with higher tog values offering superior insulation. Although the typical tog value of 10 to 10.5 is appropriate year-round, it may fall short when temperatures reach deficient levels. You can buy 15 double duvet tog from the Yorkshire Bedding store.

No matter how efficient the hotel's heating system is, guests can be picky about the temperature they prefer to sleep at, especially during the winter. If a person still feels extremely chilly in their room, a greater tog duvet can really help. Businesses should be willing to accept heavier togs until temperatures rise again in about February. Duvet changes for winter should be considered starting in December. Those who reside in Britain are aware that even March may be rather cold due to the unpredictability of the weather.


These duvets and their fillings are created from various materials; however, for the sake of simplicity, let's divide them into three categories: man-made, mixed, and natural.

Several variables influence the selection of a duvet, but we'd say that cost is the main and most important for many people. Polyester and other man-made materials have high tog values for a low cost, but they don't breathe as well as other fabrics. As a result, although they insulate effectively, they also don't allow for as much ventilation, which increases the risk of a close, uncomfortable sleep for visitors.

Natural materials such as feathers, down, and naturally spun silk are also excellent insulators; even better, they are more breathable than their synthetic counterparts. When selecting a duvet, breathability is almost as crucial as insulation. However, they cost more, and the amount of money spent varies greatly depending on the natural fibre used.

Blended Materials

Mixed materials offer a middle ground between man-made and natural materials that can offer greater insulation, reasonably decent breathability, and airflow for less.

Another factor that needs to be considered is the inclusion of a mattress topper. These make the bed more comfortable and improve the quality of sleep. This might make your bed stand out from other hotel beds at the time and really makes you shine even when it's cloudy.


During the winter, comfort is one of the most crucial factors, and our advice can help you provide your guests with a little extra.