Well I did have it, my youngest will be four in a couple of weeks time (how has that time gone so fast?!) and this is the cot/cotbed that he had before he got a 'grown up' bed.
All of my kids have had cotbeds, which can be converted into a toddler bed, rather than just a cot. The benefits from one as opposed to the other are 1) a cotbed will save you money in the long run, you won't have to buy a cot, then a toddler bed and THEN a standard single bed because the cotbed is two-in-one and 2) making the transition from the cot to the cotbed is far less stressful for your child because their bed is the same but different.
The dimensions for this Somerset cotbed are as follows:
- Height: 86 cm
- Width: 72 cm
- Length: 144 cm
You'll need to buy a mattress and the size you'll need is: 140 x 70cm - mattresses are very rarely included because there are so many different variations and it all comes down to personal preference.
The rrp for this Somerset Cotbed is £139.98 but Kiddicare have reduced it to £69.99 and, with delivery included in this price too, is a storming deal in my opinion - I certainly didn't buy it any cheaper four years ago.
Thanks to amibees over at HUKD!