English hotels are this morning serving breakfast to their first guests in nearly four months as the tourism industry awakens once more.
Telegraph Travel’s roving reporters have been documenting their experiences from across the country, describing the scenes in usually busy spots such as Cornwall and the Lake District as being surprisingly serene, perhaps in part due to the drizzly weather yesterday.
Despite various reports from police on pockets of drunken revelry, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the vast majority of people who went out on ‘Super Saturday’ were “doing the right thing” and following social distancing,
Later today we’ll have first look reports from inside England’s hotels, tourist sites and theme parks; including the likes of Thorpe Park, Legoland, Stonehenge, Brighton and the New Forest, as the industry settles in to the new normal.
Meanwhile, with news that from July 10, Britons will be permitted to visit a list of 59 countries without the need to quarantine upon their return, we’ll be publishing the best deals for you to book your getaway.
Some experts are predicting that holiday prices will soar this week, as the industry braces for a huge surge in demand for summer getaways.
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