FOX Corporate Housing in Magnolia, TX offers Fully-furnished, Temporary Housing options for half the cost of a typical costly hotel stay. Our Magnolia luxury corporate apartments and single family homes give our clients the utmost in quality, designer decor with personalized touches throughout, to ensure our guests feel at home during their Temporary stay with FOX.
Located just next to The Woodlands in southwestern Montgomery County, Magnolia was settled in the 1840s. It has gone by several names, including names “Mink’s Prairie” or “Mink,” but today it’s known simply as Magnolia. The city hosts the annual Texas Renaissance Festival, a beloved medieval festival that takes place over seven weekends in October and November, as well as other seasonal events (during mudbug season, you’ll definitely want to hit up the Crawfish Shack).
Established in 2009, Sweet Magnolia Pickins is a farmers and artisans market that is open on the first, third, and fifth Sundays of the month from 11am to 3pm (follow the schedule on Facebook). Head here to support local producers and shop for farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, free-range yard eggs, grass-fed meats, scratch-made bread and pasta, locally-roasted coffees, fresh goat cheese, Texas olive oils, and unique artisan crafts like handmade jewelry and soaps.
With a sleek, contemporary Spanish look set in a beautiful natural landscape, this boutique hotel provides a state of the art luxury experience. Hit the Haras Restaurant for a modern blend of Mexican and American fare, from chimichurri carne asada and Mexico City street tacos to a juicy four-cheese burger and spring pasta with basil and parmesan. At the Haras Spa, treat yourself to a deep tissue massage, clarifying facial or deep conditioning hair treatment.
One of the Lone Star state’s most iconic beers is Lone Pint’s Yellow Rose, a single malt and single hop IPA that you can sip it right from the source at this Magnolia brewery. Lone Pint uses raw whole cones to craft distinctive local Texas ales that are tasty, hoppy, and quaffable. But the coolest part is the brewer’s dedication to renewable energy, as the spent grain gets fed to a local dairy farmer’s cows and the spent hops live on in the beer. The brewery is open for tastings and tours every Saturday from noon to 4pm (tours start at 2pm).