Holiday bookings have boomed since Prime Minster Boris Johnson unveiled his roadmap out of lockdown in England yesterday. “Self-contained accommodation, such as holiday lets, where indoor facilities are not shared with other households” can reopen “no earlier than April 12,” states the latest Government travel advice. “The rest of the accommodation sector” will then be able to open “no earlier than 17 May”.
However, Simon Calder appeared on ITV’s Lorraine this morning to issue his travel advice.
He explained that UK holidays might actually be able to return for Easter.
This is because Wales could be open for business.
“The situation in Wales doesn’t look at all bad,” Calder told ITV’s This Morning.
“Even over Easter, Mark Drakeford, the Welsh First Minister, said that he’s hoping that some kind of self-contained accommodation might be open actually for Easter,” said Calder.
“[This] will be as