We committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. This Policy explains when and why this website collects personal information, how it is used, the conditions under which it might be disclosed to others and how it is kept secure.

This Policy may change from time to time so please check this page occasionally to ensure that you’re happy with any changes.

Any questions regarding this Policy and our privacy practices should be sent by email to [email protected].

This is the website for Union Montalbert, a restaurant in Montalbert France.

Please do not delete the section on Cookies.

• We collect your details via enquiry forms on our website
• We collect details of your IP address when you view our website, we do this via cookies *

The personal information we collect from you might include your, IP address (collected via cookies), and information about which pages on our website you have accessed and when.

We use your information to:
• Respond to enquiries on our contact page
• Enable us to monitor traffic to this website.

We will hold your personal information on our systems for as long as is necessary for the relevant activity.


We do not use your information for marketing emails
We will not sell or rent your information to third parties.
We will not share your information with third parties for marketing purposes.

Service providers acting on our behalf
Any third party services or contractors we employ (for example to maintain and host this website) that need access to data (IP addresses, email addresses) are bound by a contract that requires them to keep the information secure and not to use it for their own direct marketing purposes

Our website uses cookies* which keep a browser record of which IP addresses are accessing the site for the following reasons:

We use Google analytics to see how many people have accessed our website and what pages they have spent time reading. It also tells us whether people are visiting our site as a result of search engine traffic or through links from other websites or marketing emails. Google analytics relies only on IP addresses to collect this information. You can read the Google data protection policy here.

W use a third party plugin Wordfence which scans IP addresses such that we can block access to our site from known spammers and hackers.

Our site is built in WordPress which requires the collection of IP information for any with access to update the site.
Any transaction which involves a user of our website providing information on a form in which a thank you notice appears involves the use of cookies

It is possible to disable cookies via your browser but it may affect the functionality of our site.

Any data from information provided by cookies is only shared with the third parties listed above.

We may analyse your personal information to create a profile of your interests and preferences so that we can contact you with information relevant to you.

Our website may contain links to other websites run by other organisations. This privacy policy applies only to our website‚ so we encourage you to read the privacy statements on the other websites you visit. We cannot be responsible for the privacy policies and practices of other sites even if you access them using links from our website.

In addition, if you linked to our website from a third party site, we cannot be responsible for the privacy policies and practices of the owners and operators of that third party site and recommend that you check the policy of that third party site.

We do not store any data apart from anonymised information on IP address via our Google Analytics account.


* An HTTP cookie (usually just called a cookie) is a simple computer file made of text. The information stored in cookies can be used to personalise the experience when using a website. A website can use cookies to find out if someone has visited a website before and record information (data) about what they did.

When someone is using a computer to browse a website, a personalised cookie file can be sent from the website’s server to the person’s computer. The cookie is stored in the web browser on the person’s computer. At some time in the future, the person may browse that website again. The website can send a message to the person’s browser, asking if a cookie from the website is already stored in the browser. If a cookie is found, then the data that was stored in the cookie before can be used by the website to tell the website about the person’s previous activity. Some examples where cookies are used include shopping carts, automatic login and remembering which advertisements have already been shown.

Cookies have been a problem for Internet privacy. This is because they can be used to track browsing behavior. Cookies have often been mistaken for computer programs. But cookies cannot do much on their own. They are simply a piece of data. They are occasionally called spyware or viruses, but they are not either of these.

Most web browsers allow users to choose whether to accept cookies. If the user does not allow cookies, some websites will become unusable.