The Saddle Inn, on Whitegate Drive, which dates from around 1776, has reopened after being spruced up to make the most of its historic features.
The pub has had extra hand pumps put in and will serve locally brewed real ales as well as its regular offerings
The £170,000 transformation of the Spirit pub company pub has created six new jobs.
General manager at the Dunes Duncan Woods said: Blackpool is a fantastic town and the Dunes Hotel is at the heart of this community.”
General manager at Stonegate pub company-owned Saddle Inn, Andy Rodgers, said he was delighted with the revamp.
“The two open fireplaces, which our patrons love, stay, while outside in our garden a pergola with lighting and heating has been installed.
“We are a small, traditional pub and are excited to showcase our new look to our loyal regulars and look forward to welcoming plenty of new customers to The Saddle.”
The Saddle team hosted a VIP reception for customers with complimentary pink bubbly and tasters from the pub’s relaunched menu, served in a buffet.
It is known for its range of cask beers and as part of the refurbishment will now serve locally sourced ales from Lancaster and Lytham breweries as well as award-winning national ales. Two handpull ciders will also be on tap.
Andy added: “The refurbishment is great timing, as we have recently launched our new menu.”
It has extended its food-service hours to offer breakfasts from 10.30am.