I have two friends who did exactly what you did. They graduated with their ADN, went to work in SNFs, and went directly into their BSN programs. As each graduated their BSN programs, they applied to acute care positions and both were hired. They worked a little over a year at their SNF positions in the meantime.
So if you have worked as a RN at a SNF for the amount of time it took to get your BSN, you really aren't considered a new grad anymore right?
Correct me if I am wrong but there is experience to be had and learned in the SNF environment for RN skills. Time management, leadership, IV therapy, foley insertions, wound management, med administration, charting, assessment skills... and many many more I am sure.
Do NOT sell yourself short.