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Protection of privacy

  Thank you for visiting our website. We think it is important that it is clear to you what happens to the personal data that you provide to us.

  Your personal information, including your email address, will be used as follows:

• We store information that you give us in order to obtain certain information from us in order to be able to process your information request.

• We use the stored information to further optimize our website through visitor analyzes.

• We do not make your personal information available or sell it to third parties.

Conditions of use


Visiting, browsing and viewing this website is subject to our terms of use and all applicable laws.

By visiting this website you accept the terms of use without limitation or exclusion.




The content of this website is protected by copyright. The copyrights belong to Frank Provenier. All rights reserved. Information from the website (text, presentations, illustrations, photos and sound) may not be copied, transferred, distributed or stored without prior written permission from Frank Provenier, unless stated otherwise.




No rights or claims can be derived from the information shown on this website.

Information on our website is subject to change by us without prior notice or obligation.

Hyperlinks to other websites are offered as a service. This does not mean that Frank Provenier is responsible for the content of these websites. It is also your own responsibility to check whether these websites are free from viruses or other harmful objects.


Comments, questions and suggestions


Frank Provenier does not wish to receive confidential or reserved information through this website. Any information you provide (suggestions, ideas, and others) is considered non-confidential and public (except as described in the first paragraph regarding privacy protection).

Internet users have the right to access, change, correct and delete information about them at any time by contacting us.

Frank Provenier has composed this website with the utmost care. He is recommended for suggestions or comments. If there is an objection to certain texts or images, this can also be made known via .




Frank Provenier is free to change the terms of use at any time by republishing them on this website.

The conditions of use are in accordance with Belgian case law and the disputes will be settled in accordance with the same case law. If any part of these Terms of Use is declared invalid or unenforceable by a court of applicable jurisdiction, the relevant portion of the Terms of Use will be deemed to have lapsed, while the remaining provisions of these Terms of Use will remain in full validity and effect.




We are deeply committed to the safety and privacy of visitors.

The entry into force of the new European privacy legislation supports this attitude and ensures that privacy remains a strong point of attention.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that has been in force since May 25, 2018, better known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), replaces and strengthens the previous privacy legislation. The aim is to better manage and protect the personal data of each citizen. We carry out a series of processing operations on the personal data provided, which are purely aimed at the exercise of the bed and breakfast and the supporting services and the preparation of general statistics.



We use cookies to better tailor our website to your needs and preferences. Websites may only place marketing (tracking) cookies after the visitor has given permission for this. You can decide which cookies you accept or not. Refusing cookies can cause the website to perform less efficiently.

To ensure that everything runs smoothly, we use Cookiebot, a cookie banner that meets the requirements of the GDPR. You can always change your permission.


What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file that is left in the web browser of your computer, smartphone or tablet by the server of the website you are currently consulting. A cookie contains a code that can only be read by the server that placed it there. The server has no access to other information on your computer or mobile device.

How is a cookie file built?

A cookie file consists of:

• the name of the server that placed the cookie file

• an expiry date

• a unique numerical code


What is the use of a cookie?

Using cookies, we ensure that your browsing experience as a visitor to our website is as optimal as possible. This is among other things to allow you to navigate faster and easier between the different parts of the website or by adapting the content of our site to your personal preferences.


Which cookies are necessary?

You will get the impression that certain parts of our websites do not function or do not function properly if you disable the necessary cookies.


Types of cookies

Functional cookies ensure the optimal functioning of our website, so that you experience a pleasant and personal visit to our website. Your personal preferences are remembered and they avoid repeating the same communication on repeated visits.

Performance cookies track how you use our website with a view to adjusting and improving the content and usability of our website. For example, the number of visitors per page is tracked or the most common language in which the website is visited.

Marketing cookies are used by our site and other companies to serve targeted advertisements on other sites. These advertisements are based on your navigation, for example the accommodation you have searched for. These cookies also allow us to integrate social networks into our platform, allowing you to like or share pages on social networks.

With video cookies you can read the videos on the site. We use various video providers, such as Google YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo, Facebook.

  Cookies customer reviews make it possible to display the customer reviews of certain advertisements on our site. We use different suppliers of customer reviews.


How can I manage the cookies?

If you refuse to store cookies on your terminal or if you delete the cookies stored there, you will no longer benefit from certain functions.

You can change any configuration, but your Internet browsing and your conditions of access to certain services that require the use of cookies will be changed.

You can change the configuration of your browser software so that cookies are stored on your device or are refused.


The configuration of each browser is different for the management of cookies. You can object to the registration of cookies by configuring your browser as follows:


For Google Chrome:

1. Click the wrench icon in the browser toolbar.

2. Select Options.

3. Select the Advanced Options tab.

4. Click the Content Settings option in the "Confidentiality" section.

5. In the Content Settings dialog box that appears, click the Cookies tab.


For Firefox:

1. Select the menu "Tools"> "Options".

2. Click on the "Privacy" option.

3. "Cookies" section


For Microsoft Internet Explorer 6:

1. Select the "Tools" menu and then "Internet options".

2. Click on the "Security" tab.

3. Select "Internet" and then "Personalize the level".

4. Locate the "Cookies" section and choose the option that suits you.


For Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.x and 9.x:

1. Select the "Tools" menu and then "Internet options".

2. Click on the "Confidentiality" tab.

3. select the desired level with the cursor.


For Opera:

1. Choose the menu "File"> "Preferences".

2. Privacy.

For Safari

1. Select the "Safari"> "Preferences" menu.

2. Privacy.

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