Situated in the heart of Greeneville's beautiful downtown historic district, the General Morgan Inn features newly renovated guest rooms, upscale amenities for both business and leisure travelers, and on-site dining at Brumley's, the inn's premiere upscale restaurant. Free guided tours of the hotel are available upon request at our Guest Services Desk. Also, two walking tours leave daily from the inn's grand lobby, and the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site and Museum are within easy walking distance. Member of the National Trust Historic Hotels of America. Built in 1884 as a railroad hotel, it is named after Confederate General John Hunt Morgan, whose raids terrorized the Union Army during the Civil War. Legend has it that Morgan, the “Thunderbolt of the Confederacy,” tried to escape and was shot and killed near the inn. Today, this Conference Center is the crown jewel of the historic district, featuring renovated guest rooms and serving as an area information point.
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