UK Holiday Chalet, Lodge & Log Cabin Insurance
Insurance for Log Cabins, Lodges & Chalets in The UK
If you own or are purchasing a holiday chalet in The uk, we can offer specialist insurance for buildings and contents cover for you.
As an owner of a HOLIDAY CHALET, it is vital that you fully understand the extent and limitations of your insurance policy.
What restrictions are in place in letting and occupancy etc?
The answer to this problem is a specialist in chalet insurance. A plain English property insurance policy underwritten and administered in the UK via helpful and knowledgeable staff.
Intasure's cost effective policy provides far wider cover than most standard European policies. It also covers your specific property unlike local community insurance, which can be deceptive.
Some of the Benefits with Intasure
- Up to 40% risk-related discount
- Property covered whether occupied or unoccupied
- Property covered if let short term to holiday makers
- Loss of rent included following a claim
- Covers temporary accommodation following a claim
- Wider cover than a standard buildings and contents policies
With £2.5 million worth of essential public liability cover included as standard, which is important for anyone who lets their property - particularly with our trend toward litigation - and you have truly comprehensive cover at a very competitive price.
Don't risk turning your dream Holiday Chalet into a nightmare.
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Holiday Chalet insurance in The UK
A chalet, also called Swiss chalet, is a type of building or house, native to the Alpine region, made of wood, with a heavy, gently sloping roof with wide, well-supported, eaves, set at right angles to the front of the house.
The term chalet stems from Arpitan speaking part of Switzerland and Savoy and originally referred to the hut of a herder. It derives from the medieval Latin calittum, which might come from an Indo-European root cala that means shelter.
Many chalets in the European Alps were originally used as seasonal farms for dairy cattle which would be brought up from the lowland pastures during the summer months. The herders would live in the chalet and make butter and cheese in order to preserve the milk produced. These products would then be taken, with the cattle, back to the low valleys before the onset of the alpine winter. The chalets would remain locked and unused during the winter months. Around many chalets there are small windowless huts called mazots which were used to lock away valuable items for this period.