From Visit England:
There are some updates to tier 2 guidance:
The guidance confirms that holidays in tiers two can continue as before.
In Tier 2, residents are able to travel within their local area and stay overnight in hotels and other holiday accommodation, but should only do so with members of their own household/support bubble and should stay local and avoid travelling outside of your local area where possible. Residents can leave tier 2 areas to go on holiday in tier 1 or other tier 2 areas within their own household/support bubbles, though are encouraged to reduce the number of journeys they make where possible.
Residents of both tier 1 and 2 to avoid travelling to any part of the country subject to tier 3, unless necessary for a permitted reason such as for work. And people should not travel into a tier 4 area from another part of the UK, other than for permitted reasons such as work, education and for caring responsibilities.
In addition, people from tier 3 or 4 areas should not be taking holidays in tier 2 areas.