Coronavirus: Where can I now go on holiday in the UK? – BBC News

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It is now possible to take a holiday in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England, following the relaxation of lockdown rules, although some restrictions remain in place.

What’s changed?

Across the UK, you are now allowed to stay overnight away from the place where you are living.

You can travel as far as you want within the borders of those countries, and sleep in a second home or self-contained holiday accommodation.

Hotels and B&Bs are also open, as well as many caravan parks and campsites, hostels and boarding houses.

Holiday accommodation in Scotland reopened on 15 July.

In Wales, people can now book holidays in self-contained accommodation or hotels, B&Bs and campsites with shared facilities.

Self-catering tourist accommodation has also

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