HOTELS have now reopened for guests, and while many coastal destinations are seeing a boost in bookings, there are still cheap rooms available for the summer.
With international travel restrictions set to to continue, a classic British seaside break is a more straightforward way of enjoying time away from home.
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As Brits continue to stick to staycations, many seafront destinations might start to book up fast.
But for those who’ve pinned their hopes of getting a break in Cornwall or Devon – there’s still a chance escape to the seaside this summer.
Lots of hotels, which reopened on May 17, still have availability at reasonable prices, probably because they have had to open later than self-catered accommodation.
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Beach destinations are set to be even more popular than usual as many Brits opt to stay in the UK rather than go abroad this summer.
Some areas are set to be packed with Brits this year, including Cornwall, where some people were even put onto waiting lists for self-catering properties due to its popularity.
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As well as hotels now being open, groups of up to six people from different households or unlimited numbers of people from two households can share a holiday let together.
From June 21, holidays will resume with no restrictions in England, providing the rise of the new Indian Covid variant doesn’t derail plans.
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