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Inspire your team with a rejuvenating visit to the tranquil mountains of southeastern Tennessee! 


When you plan your corporate events this year, why not book some time to reconnect in a stunning historic manor -- the Moffitt Manor of Altamont, Tennessee? 


Let your staff know that they're appreciated when you give them a day in this newly renovated and beautifully restored Victorian venue! Complete with six furnished bedrooms, three beautiful parlors, a fully-equipped kitchen, a library, and two and three-quarters bathrooms, there's ample room for everyone to relax and kickback. 


There's even an additional log cabin behind the venue, previously used as a honeymoon suite and before that a courthouse, complete with a bedroom, living quarters, and bathroom. 


What comes with the Corporate Rental?


The Corporate Rental includes :


  • Eight Hours of Private Estate Rental 



As your Corporate Rental wraps up for the day, your team may still want to explore the events and activities of the outlying region. We've compiled a list of our favorites below for your trip-planning convenience: 





Williams Creek Golf Course 


About two and a half hours' drive from the Manor, the town of Knoxville holds numerous points of interest. Enjoy beautifully kept greens on the perfect golf course for beginners. Here awaits an excellent way to spend a relaxing two hours with your corporate team, whether they're skilled golfers or not. 


Marble Springs


Marble Springs State Historic Site 


A few miles southeast of Knoxville, Marble Springs, has a treasure of historical delight for your group to explore. The site is set on Tennessee's first governor John Sevier's last home and farm, which is a certified wildlife habitat, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the recipient of an Award of Excellence and Commendation from the Tennessee Association of Museums. Upcoming events during the winter include a Christmas-themed tour complete with cider, cocoa, cookies, and a craft. Check their programs and activities calendar to see what they offer during your visit. 



University of Tennessee, Knoxville


Star-gazing from the rooftop


If your group passes through during evening hours, stop on top of the Alvin H. Nielsen Physics and Astronomy Building of the University of Tennessee on the first and third Fridays of every month. There you'll find a free telescope observation of the stars! Please check the weather first, and be sure to be on time for the viewing at 8:30 pm. Check their website for updates and parking information before heading out. 





Chattanooga Choo Choo


Restored by a group of business owners who were inspired by the Chattanooga Choo Choo theme song, this site was once the abandoned Terminal Train Station. It's now a thriving hotel with everything from gardens, stores, restaurants, entertainment sites, and more. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this stop is not to be missed by anyone visiting Chattanooga.



Bessie Smith Blues Center


Chattanooga-born Bessie Smith, often called the "Empress of the Blues," became a noteworthy blues legend, and here's your chance to honor her with the locals. Check out the museum artifacts and stroll through the artwork while enjoying the music of Miss Smith. Group tours can book ahead here.


Odd Story Brewing Company


Also in Chattanooga is Odd Story Brewing, a casual spot for the beers lover with 16 brews on tap. If you're nearby at night, stop in for a live band or a round of games with the locals. Did you bring Fido along on your trip? You can bring him to the patio with you!




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Have Your Corporate Party at The Manor 

The History Of Moffit Manor 


 Moffit Manor has a rich history in the state of Tennessee. The Moffit Manor is known as the largest and most prestigious house in Grundy County. The Manor is located in Altamont, Tennessee. The Moffit Manor was initially owned by Harris B. Northcutt and was initially constructed in 1885. The house was built by Harris B. Northcutt's parents, and his dad, the patriarch of the family, was a very successful Brigadier General in the Tennessee military. So the Moffitt Manor has a rich history about hosting events, begin a great B&B, and rich family history as well. The most recent owner of the Moffit Manor is a lady by the name of Fanny Moffit. Fanny Moffit happened to be a descendant of the Northcutt family, and she inherited the house and then named it the Moffit Manor. Along with the Manor Fanny, Moffit also inherited thousands of acres and royalties from these acres from lumber harvesting and coal mining.   


 The Highlights Of The Moffit Manor 


 The Moffit Manor has a history of hosting many high profile events such as private weddings, Beersheba Springs Arts & Crafts Fair, 4th of July celebrations, Thanksgiving celebrations, and Christmas celebrations. The Manor allows individuals to stay at one of the most luxurious and historic mansions in the state of Tennessee. The Moffit Manor is located in beautiful downtown Altamont, Tennessee. The Manor was fully renovated this year in 2019. The renovations includes the following a chef's kitchen, elegant wall coverings, ceramic flooring, upscale hardwood floors, and crystal imported chandeliers. The Moffit Manor also has 6 bedrooms that sleeps up to 14 people. The property has a very elegant sitting room and 3 family rooms. There is also multiple fireplaces and 2 foyers inside this beautiful estate. Lastly, the Manor has two huge showers and two clawfoot tubs. This property is perfect for family and friends to rent to enjoy the holidays or any special occasions. 


 When clients stay at Moffit Manor, they are getting a reasonable price at 1,349 dollars a night on average. I mean, for all the luxury, history, and amenities, that price is a bargain. When you arrive at the Manor, you will be impressed with the size of the home. It is exactly 4460 square feet. The clients can expect the house to be spotlessly clean, beds sanitized, fresh towels, and the pantry and refrigerator will also be stocked. The clients are also treated to a home-cooked southern meal. The client or clients will have the choice of a gourmet meal or a down-home country Tennessee meal. There is always something to do both in the daytime and at night because the Manor is right in the heart of downtown Altamont. Since the Altamont has such a low crime rate, you take a long walk at night and enjoy the natural beauty of the mountain. You have access to the local diner, and a park is right across the street from the Manor. The park can come in handy if you want to do something like a barbecue or picnic. If you wish to relax and stay in, you also have access to high- speed internet at all times and cable. Lastly, if you are an outdoorsman or woman and like adventure, you take a hike at the local Stone door.