The Landing at Seven Coves
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The Landing at Seven Coves is located along Lake Conroe, about 45 minutes north of Houston. Guests praise the area for being quiet and pleasant. Near the Seven Coves Marina, the preserve gives visitors easy access to various outdoor activities including fishing, boating, and jet-skiing. Hiking, biking trails, and a 27-hole golf course are located nearby. This retreat is ideal for visitors who want to get away from the bustle of the city, but it is too far from Houston to conveniently serve as home base for anyone planning to visit the city frequently.
When it's time to head back to civilization for a bit, guests can visit the nearby Old Town Spring and Conroe Outlet Mall for shopping. The Texas Renaissance Festival takes over the area for six weekends in October and November, giving the town a different feel in the autumn months.
Accommodations at this resort offer all the comforts of home, including a fully-equipped kitchen, compact living and dining area, and one or two bedrooms. Though guests have commented on the slightly dated appearance, the units are well-maintained with ample amenities. Accommodations include Jacuzzi tubs for a relaxing evening that will wash your cares away. In-room WiFi keeps you connected while you're away.
Each of the condos at The Landing features a private balcony that's ideal for taking in the relaxing view of the lake or enjoying a cup of coffee and breakfast in the fresh air. Guests can even fish from their balconies for the ultimate in convenience and relaxation. The Landing is a getaway that lives up its claims of offering a welcome place to take a weekend away from the busy city life of Houston.
Whether you're a local looking to take off for a couple of days, or a tourist in Texas who wants to find a quiet escape, The Landing at Seven Coves won't disappoint.
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