When a guest makes a holiday booking with Mount’s Bay Caravan Park it is necessary for us to obtain some personal identifying information.
We are mindful that guest’s respect their privacy therefore Mount’s Bay Caravan Park will only collect personal identification information from our guest’s if they voluntarily submit the information to us.
Such information is only ever collected, used and securely stored by Mount’s Bay Caravan Park, Green Lane, Marazion Cornwall TR17 0HQ (proprietors Aidan Smith and Elliot Smith).
Mount’s Bay Caravan Park does not sell or share information on to any third party and would only ever pass on information if required to do so by the law.
A guest may decline to provide us with their personal identification information but it may result in us being unable to provide any service.
We request personal identification and information via our booking forms which guests then submit to us; by post, email, over the telephone or in person. This personal identification information includes full names, a mailing address, a contact telephone number and if available an email. This information is required in order for us to successfully provide your holiday and meets our guest’s requirements. It is also required so we can communicate with you regarding your booking, and to process and receipt payments.
We will only collect bank details as needed and this information is never kept.
If a guest joins our social media, mailing list or follows our blog it is done so voluntarily - we will not contact guests to ask them to join. Nor will we send emails or post with ‘offers’ etc., the only exception is at Christmas time – we may use a guest name and mailing address to send a Christmas card, thanking them for staying with us, with an attached tariff for the following season. Guests can opt out of this by contacting us.
At any time a guest can make a request to know what personal identifying information we have, we will endeavour to provide this information within a month and of course we are willing to answer any questions.
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Last review completed - September 2018.