Like most websites, we collect information from our users to help us provide a useful service. Below you can find details about the information we collect on www.dogfriendlyretreats.com (“our website”) and what we do with that data.
What information do we collect and how?
Personal details are entered by visitors on various forms throughout our website. These include forms for enquiries, bookings, user registration and newsletter subscription. Dog Friendly Retreats (“us”,”we” or “our”) will store the full information (except payment details) collected from these forms. We use this personal information as a basis for notifications to users, which are called “opt-in” emails.
What will the information be used for?
Where personal information is collected on our website, it will only be used by Dog Friendly Retreats, other websites that we operate and, in the case of enquiries and bookings, the property’s owner or agent. We will never pass this information on to third parties outside of this scope.
Visitors may “opt-in” to receive website notifications, newsletters or other information via email. Visitors may remove themselves from such services at any time at their discretion. Any email sent to an “opt-in” list will include directions for how an individual may remove him or herself from the list or a URL where the user may find such directions.
We may use personal information to contact users on an individual basis, in order to implement or enforce the Terms and Conditions of our website.
Subject to the above, we may as part of our business marketing activity, send information relevant to our products and services to individuals on our database. At any time individuals may request not to receive such information in the future by contacting us.
Surveys and Resulting Information
Subject to the above, we may conduct surveys or other studies of our customer base and use this information for internal marketing and planning purposes. Participation in such surveys is at the user’s option. We do not conduct mandatory surveys.
Where we become aware that site security is compromised or non-public user information has been disclosed to unrelated third parties as a result of external activity, for example in the case of external security attacks, we shall take reasonable measures, which include internal investigation and notification to and cooperation with law enforcement authorities.
At no time, unless such disclosure is required by law or a user specifically authorises such disclosure, will we disclose individual user personal information that is not publicly available to unrelated third parties.
Our website contains links to other websites, whether owned or controlled by our affiliates or unrelated third parties. We are not responsible for the privacy policies and practices of any linked website.