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Caravan Holiday Home Insurance from Club Care

Specialist insurance without all the legwork? We’ll take Club Care of that.

Your home away from home deserves specialist treatment from Club Care. Created with your needs in mind, the policies on offer mean you can rest assured that almost every eventuality will be taken care of, regardless of where you are.

It can pay to be insured; even the most secure holiday parks can experience unexpected flooding, fires and bad weather. Contents cover is included in all of Club Care’s Caravan Holiday Home Insurance policies as standard.

So whether it’s a luxury lodge, a chalet or a static caravan, you can trust us to look after your weekend escapes.
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Why choose Club Care Insurance?

We take Club Care of Members

Don’t just take our word for it...

"We have no wish to swap from Club Care insurance; we have priced up elsewhere, but the facilities being offered and the level of service has made us loyal customers"

- Barry W, Club Care Insurance Policy Holder and Club Member

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What discounts are available?

With Club Care Caravan Holiday Home Insurance, you'll get a 5% discount just for being a Club member.
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Do you offer New for Old cover?
Yes, cover is available on caravan holiday homes up to 20 years old.
Last Modified: 19 Jul 2021
I have a decking and steps attached to my caravan holiday home. Will they be covered?
Yes, Club Care covers ancillary domestic outbuildings including balconies, fixed storage chests, skirting and steps.

Last Modified: 19 Jul 2021
Will my keys be covered?
The policy gives you £350 key cover, but for an additional premium, you can increase this to £1,500 key cover.

Last Modified: 19 Jul 2021
Are my windows covered?
Any accidental breakage of fixed glass in your caravan holiday home, such as in your windows, doors, fanlights or skylights, is covered as part of your policy.

Last Modified: 19 Jul 2021
Im responsible for my electricity cables?
Accidental damage to any pipes or cables on your site which you are responsible for will be covered as part of your policy. Electrical faults and routine maintenance are not covered under your policy.

Last Modified: 19 Jul 2021
I’m planning on storing personal items in my caravan holiday home whilst I’m not staying in it. Will my contents be covered?
Personal belongings cover is included in your premium as a standard. This means that you’ll be covered for up to £2,500 worth of stolen or damaged items. There is a single article limit of £250 which is worth bearing in mind. 45% of the content sum insured is allowed for computers and electronic gaming equipment.

Last Modified: 19 Jul 2021
I notice my policy covers ‘debris removal’, what is this?
With your Club Care policy, debris removal is covered as a standard. In the event of a total loss your policy allows up to 10% of the total unit sum insured to clear the site.
Last Modified: 19 Jul 2021
How do I make a claim?
If you have an accident and need to make a claim, you should contact Club Care as soon as possible. The number can be found in your policy wording. You’ll be put through to one of our friendly claims handlers, who will guide you through the process.
Last Modified: 16 Jul 2021
Emergency services had to force access to my caravan holiday home. Can I make a claim?
Yes, your policy allows you up to £750 for damage done by emergency services during either a fire, medical or police emergency.
Last Modified: 20 Aug 2021

About Club Care

The Camping and Caravanning Club Limited is an introducer appointed representative of Kingfisher Insurance Services Limited (KISL) registered in England which trades as Club Care Insurance Services. KISL are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and their company registration details are Kingfisher Insurance Services Limited 3441136 at Level 15, The Gherkin, 30 St Mary Axe EC3A 8EP. These can be checked on the FCA's register by checking the FCA website at