We take great care with personal information
that is provided to us online, taking steps to
keep it secure and ensure it is used only for
legitimate purposes. Susan's Villas and To Tuscany
and its partners conforms with the requirements
of the UK Data Protection Act, 1998.
What does Copper Beech House do with client
Any information obtained via this web
site, or any other web site controlled by Copper
Beech House will be used for the
purposes of carrying out bookings and communication
with you in respect of them and in respect of
other services offered by us. This information
allows us to process your booking and to send
through your itinerary by email or post.
We ask for your telephone number so that we
can contact you urgently if there is a problem
with your reservation.
In accordance with the Privacy & Electronic
Communications Act passed into law 11 Dec 03
We do not send random marketing emails to personal
email addresses (spam).
We may use the information we collect occasionally
to notify you about our new services, important
functional changes to the site and special offers
we think you'll find valuable.
What security do we use to protect your
When you book, we offer the use of
secure software that encrypts all information
you input before it is sent to us. This ensures
that the information is reasonably protected
against unauthorized interception.
Does Copper Beech House disclose
information it collects to outside parties?
Unless you have given your permission
we will not disclose information to outside
parties. If you do give us permission we may
disclose certain information to our partners
who may only use it in connection with special
offers for customers of Copper Beech
How can you amend your personal information,
or ask us to remove it or cease using it for
direct marketing purposes?
The instructions to do this are clearly
outlined in every piece of promotional material
issued by Copper Beech House.
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What is a Cookie?
Cookies are employed when you use your
browser to visit web sites on the Internet. The
two main browsers, Internet Explorer and Netscape
files allow a web server to store information
about you on your computer, and to retrieve that
information to identify you in the future. A
cookie is a tiny piece of text that is placed
on your hard drive. Its job is to record
bits of information such as the pages you’ve
visited, items you’ve put into an online
shopping cart, your user name and password.