Barrhead Travel

Barrhead Travel Insurance

Is Barrhead the right travel insurance provider for your next getaway?

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Going away on holiday is the perfect time to relax, but unforeseen events can cause unnecessary stress and spoil your time. That’s why it’s best to make sure you’re insured when you’re away, giving you the peace of mind that you’re covered if something should go wrong.

Continue reading to find out about Barrhead and its travel insurance policies.

Barrhead Travel

Barrhead Travel Insurance

  • Cruise cover included as standard on single and annual-multi trip policies
  • 24 hour emergency assistance
  • Tailor your policy with optional extras
  • Kids go free on family policies

Who is Barrhead?

The Barrhead Travel Group was founded in 1975, and has since grown from a single high street shop to over 900 employees. The company offers a variety of different travel insurance options and cover levels, see if they have the right policy for you below.

What are my policy options?

Barrhead offer a range of insurance policies which cover all types of holidays and activities, and they even give you the choice to customise your policy with optional extras.

The Barrhead Single trip policy is suited to short and long holidays, both in the UK and out.

Features of the policy include:

  • Cruise cover as standard
  • Trips up to a year long
The Annual multi trip policy is the cost effective way to insure more than one holiday within a year.

Features of the policy include:

  • As many trips of 31 (or 62) days as you like within a year
  • Cruise cover included as standard
Barrhead offer a range of optional extras, such as:
  • Gadget cover
  • Winter sports
  • Wedding cover
  • Cruise pack
  • Special sports cover
  • Golf cover
  • Business cover
  • Excess waiver
  • Travel disruption

What’s covered under my policy?

Barrhead offer three levels of cover on their travel insurance policies: Standard, Premier and Premier Plus. Below we have listed what’s covered under each policy level for a standard single trip with no extras. As you might expect, policy payout amounts increase as you move from Standard to Premier cover.

CoveredStandardPremierPremier Plus
If you are unable to go on your trip
If your plans are disrupted
If your departure is delayed by 12 hours or more
If you chose to cancel after a 24 hour delay
Missed departure
If you need emergency medical attention
Emergency dental treatment
Public hospital inconvenience benefit
If you need to come home early
If your possessions are lost, stolen or damaged
If your possessions are delayed by 24 hours
If your cash is lost or stolen
If your passport is lost or stolen
If you are hijacked
If you are mugged
Personal liability
Accidental death and disability benefit
If you need legal advice
If a natural disaster occurs
Pet care
Withdrawal of services

What is my excess?

An excess is the amount of money you contribute to each claim you make before Barrhead will pay out.

The amount of your excess you have to pay will depend on which level of cover you have, if you decided to waiver your excess and the nature of your claim. Make sure to check your policy schedule where your excess details will be shown in detail.

What is the claims process?

Please notify Emergency Asssitance Facilities on 00 44 (0) 203 829 6745 about any serious illness or accident abroad where you have to go into hospital or you may have to return home early or extend your stay (you should first check that the circumstances are covered by your policy). Please provide your name and policy number.

To make a claim, phone Travel Claims Facilities on 0203 829 6761 quoting your name and policy number

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