The Breckland Lodge hotel and pub in Norfolk will reopen on 1 November, following the “devastating fire” that destroyed the property on 6 February.
Some 14 fire engines were called to the 33-room hotel in Attleborough after the alarm went off at 9:20am, and more than 70 firefighters tackled the blaze.
At the time Paul Seaman, Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service, said: “Unfortunately, Breckland Lodge will be closed for some time. It is a tragic loss for the area and hopefully we will see it being rebuilt for the future.”
A Facebook post by the group read: “Although impossible to name everyone, we would like to thank every single person who has played a part in the re-build after the devastating fire earlier this year. We hope you agree that the re-build looks incredible.
“We would also like to thank everyone who has sent us wonderful messages of support, it has meant a lot and kept the team going.”