The Cumbrian village of Glenridding is experiencing flooding for the third time in just over a fortnight.
Owners of the local Glenridding Hotel posted a series of pictures on Facebook showing the impact of more heavy rain and wind, which has prompted a series of flood warnings across the region.
The owners wrote that they were "feeling defeated" as the hotel's bar and kitchen were flooded again, adding that fire services were attending to help pump out water around two feet deep.
Several flood warnings and alerts have been issued across Cumbria, while a number of roads have also been closed as the conditions take their toll on parts of the country struggling to recover.
Just two weeks ago Storm Desmond wrought devastation in the region and parts of the north-west.
Many were left homeless by the flooding, as defences built just three years ago were breached by record rainfall.
In response the government pledged a £50 million fund to help affected families and businesses recover. On Monday Prince Charles visited people hit by the flooding in Cumbria, seeing first hand the homes left devastated by the adverse conditions.