The owners of a landmark Borders hotel that was badly damaged by a fire are hoping it will be back in operation by mid-July.
Flames ripped through the roof of the Gordon Arms Hotel, near St.Mary's Lochon, on Tuesday 12 May.
But the bar and kitchen in the 200-year-old property were unaffected.
Owner Susan Cree believes they can get that side of the business up and running again during the summer once they have a water supply and electricity.
She said the cause of the fire had not been established as there was nothing left of the roof - two theories being considered are a spark from the chimney or a mouse chewing through a wire.
She added:"What is keeping us going is that no one was hurt - it could have been much worse of the fire was at night."