Hotel and Guest House insurance has to cover a wide range of risks from buildings insurance right through contents, stock and public liability, so it is critical you get the right cover at the right price.

Business contents insurance, wines & spirits insurance, business interruption insurance, cash, insurance, legal expenses cover and public and employers liability insurance are all staples of good hotel and guest house insurance.

Every hotel and guest house is different, so these insurance policies are tailor made to your requirements. It takes just two minutes to fill in the form here on The Property Insurer and then three of the best providers in the UK will contact you and fight to give you the best policy at the best price.

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picture of jason mcclean the owner of the property insurer which offer various insurance including flood insurance, landlord insurance and more. Jason Says

We are a long way away from Fawlty Towers but if ever there was someone that needed Hotel and Guest House Insurance it was Basil Fawlty. If you are a hotel or guest house owner, you should always keep the box set of Fawlty Towers nearby to remind you of just some of the things that can wrong – and you may need insurance for.

It is good to know that no matter what happens with buildings, contents, guests and staff, that good hotel and guest house insurance will be looking out for you and protecting your business. If you live in the property, it will look out for you as well.

As it is so wide ranging, the price and policy coverage of hotel and guest house insurance can vary dramatically, so it is worth comparing quotes by using The Property Insurer. I am sure if you could interview Basil Fawlty now, he would advise the only reason his business survived was due to good insurance – or perhaps it was down to big audiences and one of the funniest scripts of all time? (In my view anyway)