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Privacy Policy


According to Art. 13 of the General Data Protection Regulation of April 27, 2016. (Official Journal of the EU L 119 of 04.05.2016), hereinafter referred to as RODO, informs that:

The administrator of the personal data processed on the website at (hereinafter: the Website) as well as the data provided by the Customer when confirming the conclusion of the agreement in writing is Wioleta Madrak, running a business under the name Wioska pod Żaglami WIOLETA MADRAK with its registered seat in Jora Wielka 49A, 11-730 Mikołajki, County of Mrągowski, Province. Warmińsko-Mazurskie, NIP: 6441035574, REGON: 363832819 (hereinafter: administrator).

The administrator can be contacted at any time at contact phone: 602 342 717

For what purpose are the personal data you provide processed ?

In order to perform the actions necessary for the execution of the concluded contract (Article 6(1)(b) of the DPA), in particular:

  1. making a reservation for the date of stay at the selected facility,
  2. Send the contract documentation with attachments to the provided e-email address,
  3. making and verifying the payment made,
  4. written confirmation of the terms of the concluded agreement,
  5. release/release of the reserved object,
  6. To enforce the obligations under the provided Regulations of the cottage settlement “Village under Sails” in Jora Wielka,
  7. handling of requests, including reported complaints.

In cases where data processing is necessary to fulfill a legal obligation of the controller (Art. 6 paragraph. 1(c) RODO}, namely:

  1. In order to settle and archive fiscal data in the performance of tax obligations.

In cases where the processing of personal data is necessary due to a legitimate interest of the controller (Article 6(1)(f) RODO), namely:

  1. to conduct video surveillance on the premises of the estate of cottages “Village under the Sails” in order to ensure the safety and security of the property of the administrator and guests of the aforementioned estate. settlements,
  2. Collection of matured receivables and pursuit of other claims, such as for vandalizing entrusted property,
  3. Responding to inquiries directed through the contact form.

Is the provision of personal data voluntary ?

Provision of personal data is always voluntary. In certain cases, however, the Client may be required to provide certain personal data due to the nature of the service in question (e.g., providing identification data to make a reservation and verify payment or video surveillance), due to the way the service is billed (e.g., data necessary to issue a legitimate invoice), or due to the way the IT system providing the service operates (e.g., an email address for immediate confirmation of making an initial reservation). Cancellation of data by the customer may result in the refusal of the administrator to provide the service in question or to conclude a contract.

Who is the recipient of the personal data collected from you ?

The recipients of the personal data provided by the Customer will be only entities whose participation in the performance of the service is necessary due to the nature of the service or applicable laws, namely, it will be:

  1. bank or other financial institution – in order to settle the service, depending on the selected payment method,
  2. External accounting office – for the purpose of accounting and archiving of fiscal data, in the performance of tax obligations,
  3. entities engaged by the administrator for the purpose of pursuing its legitimate interests advertising agency organizing the competition, external legal service or the court hearing the administrator’s claim,
  4. Authorities that, based on applicable laws, have requested the controller to provide access to data within the scope of activities undertaken.

How long is your personal data stored ?

  1. The personal data provided by the customer may be stored:
    1. With regard to data for which you have consented to processing – until you withdraw your consent,
    2. in terms of data necessary for the performance of the concluded contract – for the duration of the contract,
    3. in the event that the processing of data is necessary for the fulfillment of a legal obligation incumbent on the controller – until such legal obligation ceases to exist, in particular, the statute of limitations on the tax liability,
    4. in the case when processing of personal data is necessary due to the legally justified interest of the administrator – until the end of marketing activities with the participation of the Client, the statute of limitations of the administrator’s claims, and in the case of video surveillance, data in the form of images containing the image of a person are stored for a period of 14 days from the date of recording the image, after which they are overwritten.
    5. in other cases – only when further data processing is permitted by law.

What rights do you have in relation to the processing of personal data ?

It is informed that each data subject has the following rights:

Right of access to the content of their data – the data subject is entitled to obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning them are being processed, and if this is the case, they are entitled to access them and the information listed in Art. 15 RODO.

Right to rectify the content of one’s data – the data subject has the right to request immediate rectification of personal data concerning him/her that is inaccurate. Taking into account the purposes of the processing, the data subject has the right to request the completion of incomplete personal data, including by providing an additional statement.

Right to request erasure of data (“right to be forgotten”) – a data subject has the right to request immediate erasure of personal data concerning him or her if one of the circumstances listed in Art. 17 RODO.

Right to restrict processing – the data subject has the right to request the restriction of processing in the cases specified in Art. 18 RODO.

Right to data portability – the data subject has the right to receive in a structured, commonly used machine-readable format the personal data concerning him or her that he or she has provided, and has the right to send such personal data to another controller in the cases specified in Art. 20 RODO.

Right to object – the data subject has the right to object at any time under the circumstances described in Art. 21 RODO.

Right to withdraw consent to processing – if the processing is based on consent given, the data subject may request the withdrawal of consent at any time without affecting the lawfulness of processing carried out on the basis of consent before its withdrawal;

The right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority – any data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority – the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection if he/she believes that the processing of personal data concerning him/her violates the law.