Cookie policy

At Skärgårdshotellet in Nynäshamn AB we use cookies on our website. Cookies are small text files that are stored in your browser when you visit our website, whether you are browsing a computer, mobile, tablet or other digital device. We use cookies to make our web-based services easier for you and our other visitors to use. In addition, we use cookies to monitor the traffic on our site and to keep statistics that we can use to continuously develop and improve the content that we present.

What types of cookies are there?

Cookies can be described in various ways. Firstly, one can make a difference between cookies based on how long they remain in your browser. There is both:
• session cookies that are deleted every time you close your browser and
• permanent cookies stored in your browser for a predetermined period.

Session cookies can be used by a website to remember choices that you have made during your current visit to the website, for example regarding language and booking details for our hotel rooms.

Permanent cookies allow us to remember you and your preferences between your visits, which in turn can make your experience of our site more personal.

It is also possible to make a difference between cookies based on who has placed them on the website. In this context, there are either:
• first party cookies that have been placed by us ( or
• third-party cookies that have been placed by an external website, a so-called Third Party.

How we use cookies

We use cookies in order for you as a visitor to have as good a experience of our website as possible. Some cookies are necessary for you to fully use the site’s functionality, while others are used to enhance your user experience and facilitate site navigation.

We Skärgårdshotellet in Nynäshamn AB also uses cookies for evaluating search and user behavior within and outside our website, in order to develop our digital services in the best possible way. The purpose is to optimize the user experience, individualize our marketing and keep statistics.

What kind of information do we collect through cookies?

When you visit our website, we may automatically collect the following type of information regarding your use of our site:
• IP address
• Login Information
• Time Zone
• Operating system and platform
• Information about your visits including the URL that has linked you to our website, your home country, the keywords you used on our site, the response times on the site, download errors, length of visit, and information regarding your interaction with our site (such as scrolling, clicks, mouse movements ).

Social media and third-party websites

Our site may occasionally display sharing tools from social media such as Facebook and Instagram. These companies can thereby place cookies on our website. We do not have access to, or control over, these cookies and the information they collect. We therefore recommend that you check these websites for further information on their cookies and how these can be managed.

How can you block cookies?

Most browsers allow you to refuse the storage of cookies. You can choose to block certain, or all, cookies on our site by making an active choice among the settings in your browser. For more information about this, we recommend that you click on the help function in your browser’s menu. If you block our use of cookies then you may find it difficult to access certain parts of our site. Blocking cookies can also lead to certain functions and pages on our site not functioning as usual.

Questions about our website

If you have any questions about our use of cookies or any other questions regarding your experience of our website, please contact us.


Marcus Andersson is responsible for the processing of your personal data. If you would like further information on how your personal data is processed, please contact us through a written and personally signed request to:
Skärgårdshotellet in Nynäshamn AB
To. Marcus Andersson
Kaptensgatan 2
SE-149 31 Nynäshamn

Please include your name, address, email, number and personal identification number in your letter. An answer will be sent to your public address.