What is being allowed from Monday?
Holidays have been illegal since 5 January. However, from Monday, overnight stays will be permitted in England, as long as it is one household or support bubble, staying in self-contained accommodation – effectively, self-catering holiday lets or campsites (though shared loo and shower facilities must remain closed). The same rules apply in Wales.
When will we be allowed to travel around the UK?
From Monday, travel will be possible between England and Wales, with the self-contained, one-household rules applicable on both sides of the border. Travel to and from Scotland will not be possible until at least 26 April.
What about hotels, B&Bs and pub accommodation?
It is hoped that all remaining types of holiday accommodation – as well as communal camping facilities – will open from 17 May in England. In Wales, this is likely to be “after 17 May”, according to the Welsh First Minister, Mark Drakeford. Scotland is hoping to open all tourist accommodation from 26 April.