The data we collect and how it is used and stored

We use Google Analytics to collect details about how you use our website, for example the pages you visit, and how long you spend reading them. Google Analytics collects information such as demographic information, browser details and operating systems. It also collects your IP address, but in an anonymised form. None of this information could be used to identify you. Google Analytics collects this information through cookies.

We will collect contact information from this site, for example through, booking, contact, comment or feedback forms and we will not pass them to any third parties. All personal data is stored securely and in line with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).

Cookies and how we use them

Cookies are small text files that enable the site to remember you. Cookies transfer to your device and keep track of info such as how many times you’ve visited, how you’re accessing the site, how long you’ve spent and what you’ve clicked on. This information can never be used to identify you.

You can turn off cookies and stop Google Analytics tracking how you use websites if you choose. This will stop you being tracked on any website you visit, not just this one.