Which Cot, Bassinet or Travel Cot should I hire?
Which sleep space is the best option?
With so many Sleep Equipment Hire options available, you may be wondering which one best suits the needs of your family.
Choosing the right sleep space for your child can be a difficult choice, as the 'right choice' can vary greatly depending on your needs and the age of your child.
The sleep space you choose may change as your child grows and the needs of your family change or even as the type of holiday accommodation you choose changes.
The Baby Bjorn Travel Cot has quickly developed a cult following since its release.
The quality materials used for manufacturing, easy-to-fold construction, and lush mattress, mean the Baby Bjorn Travel Cot is often recommend by parents in the know.
Suitable from birth until approximately 15kg, this option offers a slightly lighter and more compact fold than a standard portacot option.
Hire of the Baby Bjorn Travel Cot is supplied with a complimentary Baby Bjorn fitted sheet.
The Bugaboo Stardust features a game-changing 1-second unfold , and can easily be folded in 3-seconds without the need to remove the mattress of fitted sheet.
Suitable from birth, the Bugaboo Stardust Travel Cot is slightly more compact than most other portable cots, and is ideally suited to guest rooms, and holiday accomodation that may not have room for larger options.
The unique fold means the Bugaboo Stardust is longer and flatter than other models, which may be better suited to your space requirements when fitting other luggage in the car.
Hire of the Bugaboo Stardust Travel Cot is supplied with a complimentary Bugaboo fitted sheet.
Chosen specifically due to passing the stringent ASTM bassinet standards, these folding bassinet options are a wonderful safe option for travel with a young baby.
Suitable from birth to 9kg, the folding bassinet is a great choice where portability and the overall assembled sized may restrict the options that suit your needs.
Hire of our folding bassinet is supplied with a complimentary manufacturer provided fitted sheet.
Timber Cot Hire is the perfect choice to make your holiday accommodation seem like home even whilst away.
Suitable from birth through to toddlerhood, this option is popular among parents who want to ensure the sleep routine remains consistent even whilst away from home.
Our wooden cots do not have a drop-side inline with current safety recommendations.
Timber cot hire is supplied with an appropriately sized mattress and fitted sheet.
Suitable from birth to 15kg (or until an attempt to climb out is made), a stock standard portacot is a popular choice among many seasoned parents.
The fold is very similar across most major brands, although has a few extra steps involved when compared to more expensive choices.
The manufacturer supplied mattress may seem a bit firmer than what you as an adult may choose, however, the supplied mattress is exactly what is needed for babies and toddlers to ensure safe sleep. (Adding additional mattresses to a portacot is very dangerous, and is not something that is recommended).
Suitable from birth until , the main difference between this option, and a standard portable cot is the addition of the raised bassinet level.
This option may be preferred by those who are unable to bend over to place a young baby into a standard portable cot.
Whilst the on-the go baby dome doesn't look like a regular bassinet, it meets the pass-fail criteria of the ASTM bassinet standard for safe infant sleep.
The On-the Go baby dome is an ideal space for young infants to nap or play whilst out and about. The On-the-go baby dome is suitable up to 9kg or when baby is able to sit up.
The UV rated sun hood, and mesh panels ensure a safe, breathable, bug-free space is ready to go at all times. When you're ready to leave, the travel dome folds up for convenient transportation.
If your child is over the age of two years old and has outgrown the limits of a travel cot (or attempted to climb out), it may be time to move to an adult bed.
A child safety rail can be useful in preventing falls whilst transitioning to sleeping in a bed.
Bed safety rails are not designed to contain a child or prevent escape. They are designed to prevent falls during the night.
As bed rails are not designed to contain children, a doorway safety gate may be a useful to ensure the safety of toddlers who have transitioned to an open bed, and prevent access to other rooms that may pose additional hazards.