I'm based in the UK, and I am building a personal website (basically an online resume/portfolio) which I have ensured does not collect any personal information (there are no forms, cookies etc.). I do not currently run a company/business.
The only form of potential data collection is that the web host I use has logging of IP addresses which logs when a webpage or file is requested. These logs are temporary (a max of ~2000 log entries are recorded at any given time, and automatically expire after a week).
The web host which manages the service for me hosting my website is owned by a US company, but when choosing to set up the web app, I have specifically chosen servers in Europe. The host has mentioned that the logs for the servers may route through US servers, but they are using the EU - US Privacy Shield framework set forth by the US Department of Commerce and the EU.
On my contact page, there is a button which allows visitors to contact me using email (a mailto:// link). Only if the user wants to contact me, do they have to click the button, which will open up their email application and they can then send me an email.