The UK's biggest staycation holiday providers have updated their advice as the country remains in lockdown, with no review ahead of May 7.
The Government is indicating lockdown rules could continue for some time to come - with a possibility some may be eased and others tightened as we enter 'Phase Two'.
If pubs, restaurants, swimming pools, clubs, spas and gyms remain closed it would be difficult for many holiday venues to reopen.
And now, in new announcements made to holidaymakers, the UK's biggest holiday parks have once again pushed back opening dates, reports MEN.
All Centre Parcs sites in the UK - including Longleat, Sherwood Forest, Elveden and Whinfell, will remain closed until the end of May.
A statement from the company said: "We have made the decision to extend the closure period of all Center Parcs UK villages until 28th May in line with the latest government guidance and to keep our staff and guests as safe as possible."
Bron en hele artikel: Wales online