You’ll want to discuss listed holiday home insurance with an adviser who understands your needs as the owner of a heritage holiday letting property. Whether your holiday home is a Grade I or II Listed Building in England or Wales, or a Grade A or B Listed Property in Scotland, we can provide you with holiday home insurance cover. Equally if your holiday home is in a conservation area our policy extensions will be important to you.
It is vital that your holiday home insurance is underwritten by a specialist insurer who understands your property is of special architectural or historic interest.
In the event of damage to your listed holiday home, you will need to make sure that your rebuilding sums insured are sufficient to re-instate your home. You may also need to comply with the local authority conditions made under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 and amending legislation (or equivalent legislation in Scotland and Northern Ireland). For added peace of mind our listed holiday home insurance scheme is underwritten by Ecclesiastical who are heritage insurance specialists.
As the guardian of a listed building you will understand that compromising on cover to save money when insuring your listed holiday home is not an option. For full details of our holiday home insurance policy, including a summary of cover, please see holiday home insurance.
The featured photo is of Talgarth, an outstanding C17 Grade II Listed Holiday Home in Montgomeryshire and is re-produced with kind permission of the owners and Quality Cottages.