Thank you for your interest in Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem.
We ask you to read this page carefully. We really understand that it is not as interesting as our other pages, but we think it is important to inform you that while you are looking around our website, some data is collected. We are very careful as to how this data is used. This information is absolutely safe with us and will never be sold to others.
Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem, located in Via Giuseppe Garibaldi 4B in Solferino, Italy, is responsabile for the processing of personal data as indicated in this Privacy Statement.
The processing of personal data is done in accordance with what is asked by the law in the “General Data Protection Regulations”.
Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem
Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 4B
46040 Solferino (MN)
Mobile phone An Beirens (owner): 0039 331 111 6931
Fiscal Code: BRN NRD 70E41 Z103T
Activity registration number: 020063 / H 55234 / 4854
An Beirens is the owner of the Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem and is responsible for the protection of personal data. You can contact her by sending an email to email@example.com.
What are personal data?
It is all information used to identify a person, including your business email-address or an IP-address, and therefor privacy rules apply for both companies and consumers.
In the text below you can find a complete list of how Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem collects and saves private data and why we do it.
Personal data we process
Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem processes your personal data because you use our services and stay at our B&B providing us your personal data yourself. Below you will find an overview of the personal data we use.
When you register online for an e-book and/or a gift or fill in the contact form, you will be asked to enter your data. The following data are required:
- email address
When you make a reservation by email, we will ask you for the following details:
- telephone number
- email address
- date of arrival and of departure
At the beginning of your stay in our B&B, we will also ask you for an identity card or a passport for the registration in ROSS 1000 (national tourist statistics) and to communicate your presence to the Questura (national police headquarters). This is done automatically everywhere in Italy.
For what purpose is personal data used?
Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem processes your personal data for:
We use your first name and your email address in order to send you our newsletter with tips and information about Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem, Lake Garda and surroundings.
When you fill in the contact form, we need your name and email address in order to answer your requests.
At the booking you provide your name, your telephone number and your email address. We use this information to register you on our guest list, to process your booking, to handle payments and to prepare a payment receipt.
Guest notification to the authorities and registration in ROSS 1000
We ask you for your identity card or passport for the registration in ROSS 1000 (national tourism statistics) and to notify your presence to the Questura (police headquarter). The following details will be provided: name and surname, sex, date of birth, place of birth, nationality, ID card or passport number, country of residence, place of issue of the document, date of arrival and departure. This is requested throughout Italy.
We need your first and last name to issue a payment receipt. This information is also sent to our accountant for the annual tax return and to the tax office.
Data of children are only saved when permission is given by parents or caregivers. Without that permission we never save children’s data.
By providing this data, you give us the permission to use this data for the purposes stated above.
We base the processing of your data as described above on the following regulations:
The Stay Agreement
The use of your data is necessary for the agreement we have with you during your stay a tour B&B.
The use of your data is necessary for the fulfilment of legal obligations for tax matters.
We ask for your permission to send you our newsletter. This authorisation can be revoked at any time.
We also ask for your permission to process the personal data of children.
Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem does not keep your personal data any longer than necessary after the completion of what is required by law.
When you are no longer interested in our newsletter you can unsubscribe. You will find information on how to do this at the end of each newsletter. We will put your name on an unsubscribe list and the newsletter will no longer be sent to you by email.
The payment receipts with your data will be kept according to legal obligations.
When you are on our guest list, we will keep your data as long as Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem exists.
Who do we share you personal data with?
Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem will never sell or give your personal data to third parties and will only provide it if necessary to fufill an agreement with you or to comply with legal obligations. Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem remains responsible for the processing of the data.
Security of personal data
We have taken appropriate technical measures to secure personal data from loss or other unlawful processing operations. These measures, including SSL-certified encryption that ensure an adequate security level suitable for the data we process.
Bed & Breakfast Carpe Diem, we ourselves as well as our providers,make every possible effort to secure your personal data.
However, if you have any idea that your data is not protected properly or you have any indication of misuse of your data, please contact us.
Cookies are used to ensure the best possible functioning of this website and to adapt the content of advertisements to your preferences.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file that is sent from our website and placed by your browser on the device with which you visit our website. The information stored in the cookie can be sent back to our website when you visit the website again. More information about cookies is available online.
We use Google Analytics because we would like to know how visitors use our website in order to optimise the use of the website. Therefore, Google analytical cookies are placed on this website. Google analyses the information the cookies provide. This information is kept as anonymous as possible. Google will only share this information if it is legally obliged to do so or if third parties process the information on behalf of Google. Google has not received any permission from us for using the information for any other services. Google is an American company and stores all its information on American servers.
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We want to make it as easy as possible for you if you want to share the content of our website through social media. It is possible with a few social media buttons.
The different social media channels use a code, which they use to place cookies across the website. These social media channels collect information that can be obtained via cookies.
We have placed buttons on our website for the below social media channels. Please read the privacy statements of these social media channels to learn how they deal with privacy. We help you by sharing the links to the different privacy statements:
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View, modify or delete data
You always have the right to withdraw your permission for processing your data. If you do so, we immediately stop processing your data. The withdrawal does not affect the lawfulness of the processing of data based on your permission given before the withdrawal.
You also have the right to access your personal data and to rectify your personal data. If you want to know what personal data we process, you can ask for an inspection request in writing. In case your data is incorrect, incomplete or not relevant, you can request us in writing to change or to complete your personal data.
You also have the right to delete your personal data, the right to limit the processing and the right to object to the processing. In addition, you have the right to transfer your data or to make your data transferable. For these too you can request it of us in writing.
We will handle your request as soon as possible, within 4 weeks at the latest. “In writing” means also: writing an email. You can send us your request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have a complaint about the processing of your personal data? You can lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority.
We reserve the right to make changes to this privacy statement, for example, if we change our practices. We will always publish the new privacy statement on our website. If the changes apply directly to you, we will also communicate them directly to you.