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The user’s personal data are utilised by Coombe End Estate Partnership, who is the owner and manager of the personal data being processed, in respect of the protection principles of the personal data determined by the GDPR 2016/679 Regulations.



1) We inform you that the data will be processed with the support of the following means:

a) Filing Forms (Registration forms, order forms, etc.)

b) IT Data (management software, accountability, etc)

c) Telematic means on the following terms: The supply/distribution of the services requested by the client or available on portals run by ( staff recruitment, newsletters, advertising literature, complimentary material) as well as end of contract terms of whom all those concerned are part of; Administrative and accountability purposes related to service contracts; The eventual denial in allowing the processing of personal data involves the inability to make use of the service requested by the user. Unless there is no refusal on behalf of the person involved, the data of the user will also be processed for the following purposes: Sending proposals and business messages by email , SMS or by fax, either on behalf of Coombe End Estate Partnership or by a company partner ; Market research and statistics, marketing and references on adverts and commercials ( press, radio, TV, internet, etc.) , preferences on the products;



Personal data - Your name, e-mail address, phone number, physical address, company affiliation, title;

Demographic information and location, and government-issued identifiers;

Guest stay information, special requests and preferences (including preferred room type, spend, vacation preferences, amenities requested, language preferences, interests, hobbies, ages of children or companions and any other aspects of the Services used), telephone numbers dialled, faxes and telephone messages received;

Frequent flyer and travel partner program; hotel, airline and rental car packages booked;

Social media account information, profile pictures or posts; Information, feedback or content you provide regarding your marketing preferences, in surveys, comment cards, sweepstakes, or promotional offers on our Services and those of third parties;  messages or SMS text messages, where permitted by applicable law or based upon consent; Contact details concerning the employees of corporate accounts and vendors and other individuals with whom we do business (e.g., travel agents, bookers, event planners); and Other types of information that you voluntarily choose to provide to us.

Sensitive Personal Data

You may provide or we may collect what is considered sensitive personal information or “special categories of personal data” under applicable privacy laws (herein referred to as “Sensitive Personal Data”). For example, you may disclose your religious affiliation to us when you host or attend an event or provide your health information or dietary restrictions so that we can accommodate you during your stay. We only process Sensitive Personal Data if and to the extent permitted and required by applicable law or with your express consent. Unless otherwise required by applicable law, you are not required to provide us with any of your Sensitive Personal Data. Should you choose not to, your decision would not prevent you from using our Services.

Personal Data from Third Parties

We may collect Personal Data related to you from third parties such as from airlines, travel agencies and online booking services. Additionally, if you submit Personal Data relating to other people – such as your children or other companions – in connection with the Services, you are also deemed to be representing that you have the authority to do so and permit us to use their Personal Data for the purposes described in this Privacy Policy.

Social media

We collect information from social media activity such as when you ‘like’ the Website, share content or follow us on social media sites like Facebook or Instagram. Other sources

We may receive your Personal Data from other sources, like public databases, joint marketing partners, and other third parties including travel agencies, airline and credit card partners.



2) The conferment of personal data is compulsory in compliance with legal obligations and as far as contracts are concerned, therefore, the eventual refusal in providing them in full or in part may cause the inability to provide the services requested. The Company processes the discretionary personal data of the users by consent, or rather, by means of an explicit approval of the present privacy policy and in relation to the terms and purposes hereinafter described.



3) Without prejudice to the information carried out in compliance with legal agreements and obligations, all personal data collected and processed may be communicated exclusively for the above mentioned purposes, to the following categories: Consultants; Informatics; Bookkeepers and administration clerks; Suppliers; Partners.



4) The necessary personal data for contractual and accounting purposes will be stored for as long as they are needed in regard to the ongoing business and accounting relations. The personal data of those whom are not purchasing or making use of the products/services , will be cancelled immediately or processed in an anonymous way even though they may have already had a previous agreement with some of the Company representatives - this is subject to the storage of their personal data being otherwise justified , and provided that consent has been given by those concerned, on the grounds of a subsequent marketing promotion or market research.



5) In compliance with the European Regulations 679/2016 (art. 13 and following) and with the National Legislation, the user , can exercise the following rights within the terms and values laid down by the standards of the legislation in force: Request confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning them exist (right of access); Receive intelligible data communication; Be informed in relation to the logic, to the terms and purposes of the personal data processing; Request for the updating and rectification of such data, check for accuracy and request integration, request that their personal details be deleted, transformed into an anonymous format, that any unlawful use of their details be blocked, even the ones which are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected; In cases of data processing , based on consent, they should be able to receive their own personal data supplied to the owner and manager of the collected data, in a structured manner, so that they are legible by a data processor and are set up in a format used by a standard electronic device; The right to file a claim against the Data Controller. The requests should be addressed to the owner and manager of the collected data .

6) The owner and manager of your personal data is:

Coombe End Estate Partnership




GL53 9PT​

Tel: +44 (0) 1285 821 688 i


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