Boris Johnson confirmed on Monday that the British will be able to book self-catering stays from April.
The Prime Minister tabled his road map today, telling MPs in the House of Commons that only households in England are allowed to book and stay overnight in self-catering accommodation.
This applies from April 12th, including campsites where interior furnishings are not shared with anyone else.
However, plans for an Easter retreat have taken a hit as B & Bs and non-essential night stays are banned for an additional four months.
Also from April 12, pubs and restaurants will be allowed to open their doors and sell groceries and alcohol, as well as hairdressers, non-essential shops and other outdoor attractions.