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Covid- 19: Where Can I Go On Holiday Right Now?

It's official; UK breaks are back! The UK government announced a roadmap out of lockdown, which highlighted a series of dates expected to coincide with the easing of restrictions for various activities, including holidays.

But what do the recent announcements mean for you? We've rounded up the key points to be aware of when it comes to staycations.

What the announcement means for UK travel

People in England can now take domestic holidays in self-contained accommodation with members of the same household or support bubble. You can stay overnight in a campsite, caravan, boat, second home or other self-contained accommodation. You do not need a reasonable excuse to leave England to travel to other parts of the UK, Jersey, Guernsey, the Isle of Man or the Republic of Ireland.

Travelling to or from Wales

The stay local rule within Wales was lifted on the 27th of March, coinciding with the start of the Welsh School Holidays. Self-contained accommodation reopened on the 27th of March. The border between Wales and England has reopened, and people are allowed to travel in both directions.


Travelling to or from Scotland

Under current regulations, non-essential travel between Scotland and the rest of the UK remains restricted. People are allowed to travel across to Scotland from Friday the 16th April as long as they don't stay overnight. Restrictions on travel from Scotland are expected to be lifted on the 26th of April.

Travelling to or from Northern Ireland

Currently, anyone arriving into Northern Ireland has to self-isolate for ten days upon arrival.

Where Can I Go Right Now?

Those of you craving that salty sea breeze, the sound of roaring waves and barefoot walks can browse an incredible selection of coastal cottages here. From the golden beaches of Devon to the nature reserves of Norfolk, your perfect holiday is waiting.


Why not escape your overly familiar four walls with a UK hot tub break? Whether you're looking for a secluded lodge in the Lake District or a romantic barn in Shropshire, there's something for everyone. Let's face it, after the year or so we've all been through, we deserve to treat ourselves to some much-needed luxury. Nothing says luxury quite like a long soak under the stars with a drink in hand. Book an indulgent deal here.


If there's one thing 2020 taught us, it's the benefits of getting outdoors. Get your fresh-air fix with a camping trip. We've rounded up seven of the best glamping sites in the UK for those who want to enjoy the outdoors in style.

Where’s your next UK holiday? Tweet @icelollyholiday and let us know