and Nikki met over a decade ago at an animal hospital just
down the road from the Inn. Jon was a new veterinarian and Nikki was a
receptionist. A few years later they married and discovered that they
both had a passion
for big projects. Only a month before their wedding,
they opened Magnolia Animal Hospital on Capital Blvd.
Their latest "big project" is becoming Bed and
Breakfast owners. It had been in their plans for years. They intended to
retire from their animal hospital after 10 years and purchase a B&B.
Until then, Nikki researched the subject and the two even attended a
conference in Cape May, N.J. for B&B owners. Jon and Nikki had
imagined opening up a B&B in Savannah but as plans tend to do, this one
took a bit of a detour. When Cameron Park Inn became available,
everything fell into place. Nikki fell in love with the beautiful old
home and, almost instantly, the couple became B&B owners!
our dog, is only allowed on the main floor. She is
NEVER allowed in guest rooms.
People often ask Nikki if she has done anything
like running an Inn before. Her
answer is always, "Yes, but not for
Jon and Nikki are serious animal lovers. As well
as caring for animals in their
hospital, they have some pretty
pets of their own. In fact,
during your stay at the inn you may see
, their dog, Beanie.
Through the work of a local rescue group, Jon performed
legs to correct a deformity. The surgery went very well but as she
was recovering, her
heart stopped. Thankfully, Jon and the staff were
able to revive her. Jon really fell in love with her. He and Nikki were
concerned that she would be hard to place in a home because of her
health problems. They decided to foster her for a while. After only one
day this sweet, happy girl had made a permanent place for herself in
their home and in their hearts. Her leg problems have not held her back
at all. She loves to run around and play with toys.
Jon and Nikki invite
you to step into the
charming world they have created at Cameron Park Inn
and take advantage of their