SINCE the roadmap for easing lockdown was revealed, there's been a massive surge in holidays bookings both at home and abroad.
The staycation destinations that Brits are most itching to escape to have been revealed as Cornwall, Jersey and Suffolk.
The study, conducted by Devon holiday park, Cofton Holidays, looked at recent online searches for over 400 top UK holiday destinations to show where holidaymakers want to visit most.
Cornwall topped the list with nearly 10,000 average monthly searches, and St Ives was mentioned as one of the favourite places to visit in the county.
Second place went to the beautiful Channel Island of Jersey, with just over 6,500 monthly searches, while the town of Newmarket in Suffolk came in third with almost 5,500 monthly searches.
While UK breaks are booking up quick, there are still some great deals to be had in these popular destinations:
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- Airbnb breaks in St Ives, Cornwall from £29 a night
- Haven holidays spring three-night breaks from £119 per stay
- Snaptrip Cornwall holiday homes, lodges and cottages three-night breaks in June from £399 per stay
- Cornwall Hideaways cottage breaks from £281 per stay
- VRBO accommodation in Cornwall from £79 per night
- Sykes Cottages three-night June breaks from £450 per stay
- Holiday Cottages three-night May-June breaks from £376 per stay
- Airbnb breaks in Jersey from £47 a night
- Easyjet Holidays breaks in June from £225pp
- Jet2 Holidays breaks in June from £299pp
- Airbnb breaks in Newmarket, Suffolk from £25 a night
- Park Holidays UK Suffolk three-night spring breaks from £164 per stay
- Snaptrip Suffolk holiday homes, lodges and cottages three-night breaks in June from £299 per stay
- Suffolk Hideaways cottage breaks from £250 per stay
- VRBO accommodation in Suffolk from £76 per night
- Sykes Cottages three-night June breaks from £399 per stay
- Holiday Cottages three-night May-June breaks from £399 per stay
- Center Parcs Elveden Forest three-night June breaks from £399
Others places listed in the top ten included the Isle of Wight, the Lake District and Devon, where Cofton Holidays have three-night breaks from £162.
No city destinations made the top ten in the study, indicating that most holidaymakers are planning a countryside break when lockdown ends.
Self-catered holidays are welcoming guests back again from April 12, which includes sites such as caravan parks, but only with one household sharing a property.
From May 17, 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, there will be no restrictions on group sizes for holidays.
It's worth noting though, that the dates for coming out of lockdown are not set in stone.
Holidays will only happen on the condition that coronavirus cases continue to fall and vaccines still roll out at pace.
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.
There are also great UK coach trips for families, holiday park party weekenders, cheap staycation breaks with hot tubs and treehouse stays.
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