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We protect your personal data

Here we describe how we at Daftö Resort AB (reg. no. 556187-1756) save, use and protect your personal data. We also describe which rights you have with regard to that handling.

We protect your data

The security of our guests is one of the things we value most highly. This also includes the handling of your personal data. We keep up-to-date on current legislation in order to constantly improve ourselves and our handling of the issue.

What personal data do we collect about you and what is the purpose of the collection?

The purpose for which we collect information about you is to provide our services to you. The personal data includes name, e-mail, address details and telephone number. After you visit us, you may also receive an email where we ask for consent to send out news, offers and other inspiration from us via newsletter to your email. It is entirely up to you whether you want to agree or not to this, if you agree, you can unsubscribe from future mailings at any time via a link in the email.

In order to publish images taken after the GDPR legislation entered into force on May 25, 2018, we inform that photography or filming will take place and write consent agreements with people who are photographed in close-up. If you want to withdraw consent or want us to remove a picture of you that we already have in our image bank, please contact

How long is the information stored?

We of course hope that you will return to us after your visit. To make the next booking as smooth as possible, your details are stored. This until you contact us yourself to have the data removed. If you have agreed to our newsletters, you can unsubscribe from them through a link at the bottom of the newsletter.

Do we share your personal data with other parties?

Daftö Resort uses a reservation system called Compusoft. Compusoft is a Danish company and is also governed by GDPR legislation. We ourselves control our database that Compusoft provides.

If you booked your stay via, we are responsible for your information. Before the booking reaches us, the booking is administered in Citybreak/BookVisit. If you contact us that you want your data to be deleted, we are responsible for the data also being deleted in Citybreak/Bookvisit.

Where is the information stored?

Your information is stored on a separate server. We use advanced IT systems that make the storage of the data secure.

What rights do you have regarding your personal data with us?

Right of access: You can request a copy of any personal data we have stored about you.

Right to rectification: If the information about you is incorrect, you have the right to request that this be corrected.

Right to erasure: Unless the law (eg the Accounting Act) prevents us, we will delete the information about you if you request it.

Withdraw your consent: You can withdraw your consent for us to store your information if you want us to delete your personal data. You can withdraw information you provided at the time of booking by contacting us and you can withdraw your consent to receive newsletters by pressing the link at the bottom of the newsletter.

Complaints: If you do not feel that we have handled your personal data correctly, you can notify us or submit your complaint to the Data Protection Authority which oversees the application of the GDPR legislation.

Cookies for Web Statistics and Marketing

To be able to understand and analyze how visitors use our website's cookies. Below you can read more about our various tools that we use for analysis and marketing.

Google Analytics

Below we list the cookies set by specifically for Google Analytics:

_ga - collects information about the visitor, which pages are visited for how long, how the visitor found the page, and whether the visitor has been here before. The cookie is saved for two years.

_gid - collects information from the visitor about the visitor and is used to differentiate between different users. The cookie is saved for 24 hours.

_gat - used to limit the number of requests sent for a limited time. The cookie is saved for 10 minutes.

The information generated by Google Analytics cookies is stored on servers at Google, your IP address is anonymized. These servers are often located outside the EU, many in the US. The US does not have the same data protection as the EU.

Google's functions for storing data, setting cookies for remarketing and Google's Advertising Reporting Features are activated. We use these cookies to better understand how the website is used so that we can improve it and for marketing purposes. All of this information may be transferred by Google to a third party if required by law or in cases where a third party processes the information on Google's behalf. You can read more about how Google collects data and what it is used for here.


We use hotjar to improve our website so that it is easier to use and understand. Depending on what we are investigating at the moment, the following cookies may be set:

_hjIncludedInSample - Set to mark that your session has been saved in aggregate data that tells us how our visitors use our website.

_hjMinimizedPolls - Shows that you did not want to answer a survey that we conduct and the cookie ensures that it does not appear and disturb you again.

_hjDonePolls - Shows that you have already answered a survey and the cookie ensures that you are not asked the same question several times.

You can read more about how hotjar handles data here.


We use Facebook as an advertising tool and in order to be able to evaluate our ads and control who should have them targeted, we have implemented the facebook pixel which sets a number of cookies to work, including:

act, c_user (facebook's user id), datr, dpr, fr, pl, presence, sb, wd, xs. If you want to adjust how Facebook uses the data to target ads to you, more information is available here. If you want to read more about how Facebook uses the data, you can read more here.

When the pixel is set, we send remarketing information to Facebook, which contains, among other things, your ip address. Facebook stores its information on servers that may be located outside the EU, e.g. in the U.S. The US does not have the same protections for this type of data as the EU does. Read more about Facebook in the links above.

Do you not want your visits to be seen in the statistics?

If you do not want your visits to appear in the statistics for, you can install an extension in your browser. The extension is available for Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Opera browsers. You download the add-on from Google (the information is in English).


Any updates will be published on this page.

Personal data controller

For questions about the policy or to exercise any of the above rights, please contact:

Daftö Resort AB (556187-1756)
Dafter 1, 452 97 Strömstad
Telephone: +46(0)526-260 40

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