Who we are

Wunderhaus Ltd, Campfield House, Powdermill Lane, Battle, TN33 0SY. 

Wunderhaus Ltd company number 11265013


What personal data we collect and why we collect it



A cookie is a small data file that can be transferred by a web server onto your computer’s hard drive when you visit a website.

The information stored in a cookie can be read by the web server and is used to allow a website to recognise your computer when you revisit a website or browse from page to page of a website.

Cookies are commonly used on the internet and do not harm your computer or computer files.


How we use cookies

We use cookies to track how a user behaves on our website, such as the pages they view and the time spent on each page for example. We do this through a tool called Google Analytics, so that we can optimise and improve the experience for our users.



We use Google Analytics, which is used to provide us with an understanding of how our site is performing. It enables us to ensure your receive a level high standard of customer experience which we would expect when visiting any website.


What if I don’t want to accept cookies?

Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can change the settings in your web browser to turn off this feature. The first time you visit our website you will see the cookie / privacy notice appear at the bottom of the website.  By using our website, you are agreeing to us tracking your browsing on our website. 


How long we retain your data

The maximum amount of time we will retain your browsing behaviour for within Google Analytics is 26 months. 


Contact information

Wunderhaus Ltd, Campfield House, Powdermill Lane, Battle, TN33 0SY. 


+44(0)1424 775 211


How we protect your data

The protection of your data is very important to us. 

  • We have an SSL certificate installed on our website using recognised industry standard technology which encrypts data that’s transmitted over the internet. Most browsers will indicate this by displaying a padlock symbol on the screen.


What third parties we receive data from

We only send browsing data to Google for tracking user behaviour on our website. We don’t attempt to identify any users individually, only to look at our user behaviour as a whole so we can improve how people navigate and use our website.