UK holidays could be back on by Easter, as the Government prepares to finalise the roadmap out of lockdown next Monday (22 February), according to The Daily Mail.
The gradual approach means limited holidays in the UK but not until at least Easter in early April.
This is likely to include the re-opening of holiday lets and larger hotels, with dining rooms still closed.
Under plans discussed with industry figures, staycations in self-catered holiday lets, second homes or larger hotels would return.
Outdoor leisure, such as theme parks, zoos and public gardens, as well as outdoor sports such as golf and tennis, would get the go-ahead at the same time.
Pubs, bars and restaurants will hopefully be able to open from May.
Full domestic holidays, including the opening of all hotels, could be allowed to return to normal in July – with social distancing still in place.