Boris Johnson has confirmed on Monday that Brits will be allowed to book self-catered staycations from April.
The Prime Minister set out his roadmap today and told MPs in the Commons that households only, will be allowed to book and stay in self-catered accommodation in England.
This will apply from no earlier than 12 April, which includes campsites where indoor facilities are not shared with other people.
However, plans for an Easter retreat has been given a blow as B&B’s and non-essential overnight stays will be banned for a further four months.
Also from 12 April, pubs and restaurants will be allowed to open their doors sell food and alcohol, along with hairdressers, non-essential shops and other outdoor attractions.