Insurance protecting guests when booking properties through home-sharing platforms
Definition: The home you've booked is suddenly unavailable
Example: Your host decides to stay at their home as their flights were cancelled.
Definition: When the home you've booked is misrepresented to you
Example: The listing promised three bedrooms and it turns out there's only one
Definition: When the home you have booked turns out to be nothing but a fraud
Example: The property doesn't exist or your host's account has been hacked
Definition: When the home is rendered uninhabitable and you need to stay somewhere else
Example: The kids upstairs cause a flood meaning your stay is over
Travel insurance doesn't cover the new risks created by staying in someone else's home... for instance, if their hot water breaks down. That's where we come in. We'll pick you up, help sort out the mess and get your trip back on track.
Every booking is different.
Most pay £9-15 per booking
As an example, a guest covered their stay in Tel Aviv for 4 nights for £9.97, or £2.49 per night.
You only pay for each trip as you need
Putting cover in place for every stay would be a real ‘boar’ so we’ve built some neat tech to do it for you. Sign up to GUARDHOG, choose Autohog, and then we can automatically cover each and every stay.
It’s fuss free with no annual commitments.
Solving the sharing economy insurance problem
% OF GUESTS HAVE AT SOME POINT BOOKED A HOME THAT DOESN'T EXIST
WRONGLY BELIEVE TRAVEL INSURANCE WILL COVER THEM
THE AVERAGE NIGHTLY COST OF BOOKING P2P ACCOMMODATION
FEAR THE PROPERTY THEY ARE BOOKING MIGHT BE A SCAN