About our Texas Bed and Breakfast Inn
Innkeeper Amy Dolan, seen here soaring high above the Inn Above Onion Creek in a flying Ford Anglia, has served in the hospitality industry for over 20 years, during which time she has maintained her focus on customer satisfaction to guarantee that every guest has an experience that exceeds their expectations. Amy launched her career at Snowmass Resort Association in Colorado. She then moved on to San Francisco, California, where she was instrumental in the opening of a 300-room downtown luxury hotel, now known as the JW Marriot Union Square.
She has also served as Vice President of Operations at Mo Ranch, a 500-acre non-profit conference center located in Hunt, Texas, and most recently, served as Spa Director and General Manager at The Guadalupe River Ranch Resort & Spa, a boutique guest ranch in the Texas Hill Country. As a Geography graduate of Berkeley, Amy brings to her role as Innkeeper, a unique perspective combining her love of Science and the outdoors with her keen interest in people. Having served in operations, sales and human resources management, Amy's practical know-how combines with her energetic spirit to make certain that attention to every detail is observed so that guests who stay at The Inn Above Onion Creek leave with radiant smiles, wonderful memories and plans to return soon.
Darla Buckner is a yoga instructor and assistant innkeeper. Along with helping Amy in the office Darla is a certified yoga instructor with over 200 hours of training and over a decade of experience. You can find out more information about Darla's yoga classes at www.juniperhillsfarm.com- Private Lessons are also available.
Nigel has been with the Inn since 2009. He showed up right after Hurricane Ike blew into town. We figure that he was tired of the weather on the coast and decided to give the Texas hill country a try. Nigel is very adventurous, he loves to take our guests on tours of the hiking trails and we hear he knows the trails very well. Guests tell us he will inform them with a friendly meow if they are headed in the wrong direction. He also loves lunch meat.
Bootsie is a long time resident of the Inn. She is the princess of the Inn and you will often see her lying around thinking about what to write next on her blog, Bootsie's Hill Country Blog. She's more of an observer than a doer. She enjoys lying in the rocks under the warm sunshine.