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Arissa Viering | 8/13/2020 | Goodday Mineral Wells | Local Business Updates

MINERAL WELLS, TX – A new set of neighbors just moved ‘inn’ to Mineral Wells and their names are Jeremy and Magen, new owners of what is now known as The Magpie Inn!

THE MAGPIE INN: HISTORY

Located at 415 NW 4th St, the Magpie Inn has a rich history in the hospitality world. The property began previously as the Silk Stocking Row Bed & Breakfast and, later, became the Tygrett Hotel Bed & Breakfast before being acquired by Jeremy and Magen.

Growing up, Magen was affectionately known as ‘Magpie’ by her nana who has lived in Mineral Wells for a long time. Jeremy and Magen have four years of experience in the hospitality industry and are very excited to start welcoming new guests. The lovely couple has previously managed two properties in downtown Fort Worth and Fredericksburg while attending international hospitality conferences along the way to obtain experience and knowledge within the industry. Magen serves on the Texas Bed & Breakfast Board and has a background in the culinary arts as well.

AMENITIES

“We are very guest-driven and are keeping up with the industry trends.”

The Magpie Inn has five spaces available for reservation all with their own, private bathrooms that will be available starting September 1st, 2020. Just two blocks from North Oak and a five minute walk from the Famous Mineral Water Company, this new B&B is at the perfect location for new guests visiting Mineral Wells.

With her experience in the culinary arts, Magen will be creating delicious brunch boards for guests. The Magpie Inn will also be partnering with several local businesses within Mineral Wells to offer all-inclusive packages to guests. With their connections and experience in the industry, Jeremy and Magen can offer full concierge services or “be as hands-off” as future guests would like.

A DREAM COME TRUE

“We just bought a house that wasn’t for sale in a place that is going places.”

With the COVID-19 pandemic in full force, Jeremy and Magen overcame many obstacles to begin their new business. However, with a lot of support and belief in their dream, they were successful. Serving as an inspirational example to new businesses within Mineral Wells, the couple has some words of advice:

“One of the best quotes is from Randy Nix and that’s kind of what got us here: ‘Sometimes, you just have to jump and believe that everything good comes after that jump.’ We literally moved here with no jobs, no house, and said ‘We’re all in. We believe in this town. We believe in us.'”

The Goodday Mineral Wells team welcomes you, Jeremy & Magen, and we look forward to seeing the future of The Magpie Inn! Welcome to Mineral Wells!

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