Het Testnest

What our guests had to say about 'Het Testnest':

  • "A unique experience, what a treat! But above all: we slept incredibly well!"
  • “We had one goal for the night: to test our favourite bed. The bed was tested and approved... And we also thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere and all the nice little extras. Thank you so much.”
  • "A fantastic initiative that really helped us choose our new mattress!"

Try your future bed at 'Het Testnest'

A bed is not an impulse buy. You want to be guaranteed of a good night's sleep, for years to come. That’s exactly what we want to help you with.

The idea is simple: before you buy a car, you make a test drive. Before buying new clothes, you try them on. So why not try sleeping in the bed of your choice that should guarantee you a good night’s sleep for at least 10 years to come?

The sleep studio ‘Het Testnest’ at De Nachtwacht is truly one of a kind. Nowhere else in Belgium does a sleep expert offer you the option to spend a night testing your favourite bed, in style.


Need expert advice?

We are happy to advise you! Visit our store in Kortrijk where our Nachtwacht team is ready to answer all your questions!

How does it work? 

The first step is an extensive analysis of your sleeping habits. We choose the most suitable bed together with you based on the following factors:

  • Back problems
  • Perspiration
  • Allergies
  • Budget
  • Personal preferences

‘Het Testnest’ has been completely revamped and is even more luxurious than before, with box springs by 4 top brands: Hästens, Fylds’ (Het Belgisch Bed), Magnitude and Vispring. The bed you are considering to buy is prepared for you, ready for a blissful night’s sleep.

What’s next?

Can you be 100% sure the bed you tested is perfect for you after just one night? Of course not! Maybe you will even get a little annoyed by sounds, scents and so on, that you are not used to.

Yet the 'first impression' is very important. And we want to give you a taste of it. Cosy up in bed, close your eyes, and ask yourself the question: how does it feel? Will this be the blissful end to a hectic day in the next few years?