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Cafe Insurance policies are specially designed to meet your exact insurance needs.

Whether you're a sole trader or part of a franchised chain we can arrange a policy to suit you. We can arrange cover for all types of Cafe's including Internet and those with a license to sell alcohol.

At Peacock we know that every Cafe is unique; all policies are tailor made to suit your business. Policies can cover buildings, contents, Plate glass, signs, stock, fixtures, fittings, business Interruption, public liability, employers liability, product liability, money, landlords contents and the other risks associated with your Cafe, as well as optional cover for legal expenses.

We go to the leading UK's insurers on your behalf, leaving you safe in the knowledge that you'll get the cover you need at the right price, without the hassle of ringing around. We pride ourselves in taking the time to fully understand our client's needs, ensuring you get the right policy for your business.

For a competitive no-obligation quote, or for further information, talk to our Cafe Insurance team today on 02476 437 600, or alternatively request a quote online by clicking Cafe insurance today.


Why chose Peacock for your Cafe Insurance?
  • Professional, personal service with experienced staff
  • Competitive premiums from our panel of leading Cafe insurers
  • Option of inclusive legal cover
  • Introductory discounts available for new businesses
  • Tailor made policies to cater for every Cafe
  • Monthly payment options
  • Claims management service