This is my first time to stay a in Bed and Breakfast. I want privacy, will there be any issues?

Halcomb’s Knob has plenty of opportunities for privacy. We make every effort to ensure not only your privacy, but also your comfort while being our guest. Your room will be quiet and free from interruptions. Although we live on-site and are available to interact with our guests, we also respect their need for solitude.
How is breakfast served? Will I be forced to sit with others at breakfast?

As a guest at Halcomb’s Knob, breakfast is served at 8:30 AM in a group setting in our Dinning Room; however, depending on your schedule of activities, earlier settings may be available, but must be pre-arranged with the Inn hostess at the time of check-in, and is dependent upon availability. For guests staying in either the Pinnacle or Rose rooms, breakfast may be served, upon advance request, in the upstairs kitchenette to insure more privacy.
I noticed you refrain from listing television, WiFi or other multi-media amenities. Are these amenities available at Halcomb’s Knob?

Although Halcomb’s Knob offers a centralized television unit in our Gathering Room with a selection of local channels; we have chosen to encourage our guests to explore the Knob’s acreage, take quiet pleasure in listening to the comings and goings of the Knob’s wildlife from our screened porch, read a good book, take a nap, or tour our local attractions, including historic Berea and Kentucky’s Country Music Capital – Renfro Valley. Halcomb’s Knob is equipped with WiFi.
Can our special dietary needs be met?

In most cases, yes, we can meet our guests’ special diets; however, we appreciate your forethought to notify us at the time of your reservation of your dietary needs so that we can plan accordingly. Be advised, Halcomb’s Knob is also our private home and unfortunately we are unable to accommodate individuals with nut allergies, as our household frequently utilizes nuts in the Knob’s menus.