Boris Johnson outlined his four-part plan for the easing of lockdown restrictions across England on February 22.
Currently, no hotel stays are allowed unless there is an essential reason for it, such as being a keyworker or a vulnerable individual.
But, that rule is set to change based on the PM’s ‘cautious but also irreversible’ roadmap.
Here’s what we know about how that roadmap will impact hotel stays in England.
When can I go on holiday in the UK?
The earliest date for the reopening of self-contained accommodation across England is April 12.
These self-contained accommodations, such as caravan parks and campsites, will only welcome members of the same household and won’t offer any shared facilities.
Hotels and B&Bs across England are getting ready to open their doors to guests (Picture: Getty Images)
Then, from May 17 onwards, hotels and B&Bs are expected to unbolt their doors, allowing two households to stay together with no limits on the number of people – or a total of six people from different households.
From June 21, restrictions on how many people can stay in hotels are expected to be lifted.
The pace at which the restrictions are eased depends on case numbers, new variants, and the progress of the vaccination programme.
The government will only go ahead with the reopenings if the data suggests that it is safe to do so.
Apart from England, the remaining devolved governments haven’t set any dates on easing travel and accommodation restrictions just yet.
Wales will review its restrictions over the next three weeks and is expected to reopen tourism for Easter, allowing hotels and B&Bs to welcome guests.
However, no official announcements have been made just yet.
Families are expected to be able to enjoy holidays across England this summer (Picture: Getty Images)
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is expected to set out a more detailed plan for easing lockdown rules on February 23.
Finally, Northern Ireland recently extended its lockdown to April 1, making it unlikely to welcome travellers anytime soon.
But, more will be revealed about Northern Ireland’s exit strategy in the Assembly next week.
When can I visit my second home?
Although second homes weren’t specifically mentioned in the four-part roadmap, these are thought to be seen as self-contained accommodation.
This is based on the understanding that second homes shouldn’t require households to mix or share facilities.
Therefore, the rules on second home visits should be eased after April 12.
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