As we approach the warmer months a lot of us have only one thing on our mind, enjoying the sun.

It feels like an age when we last had a bout of good weather, but the arrival of spring signals a new dawn.

From roaming Cumbria's hills and mountains to navigating through the leafy villages for a hard-earned pint, you might be questioning how you can possibly make this better.

A spa.

And now, two Lake District spas have been named among the most popular in the UK.

Dank Geek revealed that Cumbria has the third-best spa with Gilpin Hotel and Lake House being reviewed with 81.70% 5-star reviews.

The price for the one-night stay for two persons in April at Gilpin Hotel is £580, which is 56% more than the average price of £371.

As many as 2175 people gave their opinion on Tripadvisor and more than 80% of them rated Gilpin Hotel and Lake House with 5 stars, citing an unforgettable spa experience.

Alongside Gilpin Hotel, Cumbria has another spa that ranks in the list - Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa takes joint 64th place, with 4-star ratings.

Read our review of the Gilpin Hotel here.

10 of the best-reviewed spas in the UK according to Tripadvisor, ranked based on %:

1) Yeotown - Devon

1) Glass House Retreat - Essex

1) Seaham Hall - Durham 

1) Rudding Park - North Yorkshire 

2) Coworth Park - Berkshire

3) Gilpin Hotel and Lake House - Cumbria

4) Fairmont Windsor Park - London 

5) The Gainsborough Bath Spa - Bath

6) Whatley Manor Spa - Cotswolds

7) Gleneagles - Perthshire

8) Auchrannie Resort - Buteshire

9) The Bothy by Wildsmith at Heckfield Place - Hampshire

10) Fonab Castle - Perthshire

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Commenting on these findings, Ali Alavi, Founder of Dank Geek said: "We rounded 83 of the most prestigious spas in the UK in order to find the ones that consumers really love.

"You can find what you're looking for all over the UK from Devon's peaceful beaches, Scotland's lush scenery and Wales' peaceful exterior.

"There are plenty to choose from, and they all vary on price, location and whether they are dog friendly or not."