NOW that travel restrictions in England have lifted, Brits can head to Wales for a much-needed staycation.
With its beautiful beaches, mountainous national parks and quaint fishing villages, Wales is a fantastic option for a UK break – and we’ve found holidays from just £70 per stay.
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From yesterday, English tourists can holiday in Wales.
Those who have yet to plan their break this summer can find some excellent deals on holiday park and cottage breaks in Wales.
Some of the best deals are:
Welsh people have already been able to go on domestic holidays since March 29 within Wales, and to self-contained accommodation.
UK holidays are booming due to the uncertainty regarding travelling abroad, with some sites 90 per cent sold out already.
According to the Telegraph, self-catered accommodation website Unique Homestays has warned that 92 per cent of summer holiday dates are booked up, with Oliver’s Travels has just eight per cent of properties still available during the summer season.
Last month, Sun Online Travel revealed that some families were even being put on waiting lists for holidays in Cornwall due to demand.
Malta will pay tourists up to £173 each to go on holiday this summer
If you’re looking for more staycation inspiration, we’ve found the best UK holiday parks with children’s entertainment and the best holiday parks with outdoor pools and campsites with availability for summer.
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