Under current UK lockdown restrictions, it is illegal to travel abroad for holidays or other leisure purposes.

From April 12, it is hoped that holidays in the UK, with people from your household or support bubble, will be allowed in England.

Self-catering accommodation will also be able to reopen from this date too.

However, household mixing will still not be permitted, so you will only be able to stay overnight somewhere with people you already with live with. This will include campsites and holiday lets, where indoor facilities are not shared with other households.

We asked our readers where their favourite campsites are across Cumbria. Here's what you had to say.

Marc McComb said: "Wherever people choose I hope they are respectable to the area and dispose of their rubbish properly."

Lee Edmondson explained: "Keswick campsite central to everything and the site staff are fab."

Ros Garratt's favourite place to go camping is Castlerigg Farm.

Charlotte Oliver added: "Wild camping. High Stile's a good one."

Nic Barnes commented: "Wild camping in the Lake District. Cheaper than paying a proper camp site."

James Banks questioned: "Everyone being clever and saying 'wild camping' are you really trying to encourage the great unwashed to take up your hobby and give it a worse name than it already has?"

Martin Waite said home is the best place.

Sites that do have shared facilities will have to remain shut until at least 17 May, along with hotels, B&Bs and other accommodation offerings.

At the beginning, holidaying will also only be permissible with members of one household – so you won’t be able to pitch up and share a tent with people you don’t live with.

Holidaymakers are also being urged to check with their accommodation providers for precise reopening dates before booking.