The team at Lyzzick Hall Hotel have spent lockdown adding a touch more luxury for their guests.
A new stone-built terrace has been created so people can enjoy the spectacular views from while dining.
Improvements have been made to the conservatory and two lounges, which have been knocked into one large restaurant with a stunning vista of the Derwent and Borrowdale fells.
The former restaurant has been made into a large lounge where people can enjoy a drink before their meal.
The hotel is situated on the site of an old farmhouse, dating back hundreds of years.
It takes its name from the ancient woodland area behind the building, which was once known as Lyzzick Wood.
In the mid part of the 19th century the old home was taken over by the naturalist and cartographer Joseph Flintoft.
He created models of the Lake District, one of which is in Keswick Museum and another in the hotel itself.
He made the building into a gentleman’s residence.
For the last 35 years Lyzzick Hall has been a hotel, but the essence of history is not lost.
In 1986 it was bought by the current owners, Dorothy and the late Alfredo Fernandez.
They spent the following years renovating and restoring the building.
They have been joined by their daughter and son-in-law, Lucy and David Lake.
David and Lucy and managers Jane and Dennis Redmond said they were delighted to be welcoming back customers from Monday and have devised a new menu.
Jane said the menu featured many new light lunches with sandwiches on the hotel’s home-made bread.
They are also tempting new customers with a new speciality the Hungarian street food langos – a fried bread with tasty fillings.
Jane said: “Our aim is to appeal to people of all ages and taste.
“We will have our traditional food, including our popular Sunday lunches, but run alongside will be a new menu which will include vegetarian and vegan dishes.”