Holiday Home Insurance provides essential cover for your second and third properties, covering your building and contents and safeguarding your property during long periods of unoccupancy. We can also provide cover for the risks associated with renting your property to other holidaymakers.
The longer it is left unoccupied, potentially the more vulnerable your property becomes to burglaries, damage, squatters, and other crimes. On the other hand, properties that are used to let are susceptible to accidental damage by tenants, public liability claims and theft.
If you own a second or third property and use them as either holiday homes or to let, you will need a tailored policy that caters for these specific needs to protect you against potential losses.
What kind of properties and assets can be protected?
Properties can include: Apartments, barn conversions, coastal homes, cottages, country homes, flats, historical properties, lodges, mansions, rural properties, townhouses and villas.
Assets can include: Hot tubs, log burning fires, open fires, outbuildings, swimming pools, tennis courts, terraces, and more.