Within walking distance of many of the tastes, sights and sounds of downtown Dayton, the two buildings that comprise Inn Port Bed and Breakfast & Suites create your lodging oasis in the heart of the historic Oregon District.
Located in our Inn Port D'Vino (22 Brown St.) property. A one-bedroom, first floor condo-style unit. This unit has a king size bed, as well as a full-size sleeper sofa. Other amenities are private bath with shower and tub, kitchen stocked with continental breakfast food, sitting room and 2 person hottub. Suites are well suited for a romantic getaway or a personal retreat. No pets are permitted in this unit. Check-in time: 4pm. For alternate check-in time, please call property directly.
Nightly Rate: $149-$149
This is a second-floor, king bedded room at our Inn Port D'Vino (22 Brown St.) location. This unit has a full-size sleeper sofa as well. Continental breakfast is included in the room rate. No guest pets permitted at this location. Check-in time: 4pm. For alternate check-in time, please call property directly.
Nightly Rate: $119-$119
The Maui Suite is located at our Inn Port Guesthouse (139 Brown St.) property. A one-bedroom, first floor condo-style unit. Containing a queen bed. An aero-bed can be set up to accommodate children. Unit has a private entrance and contains private bath with shower and tub, kitchen stocked with continental breakfast food, sitting room and 2 person hottub. Well suited for a romantic getaway or a personal retreat. We are able to accept your non-shedding dog in this unit with prior arrangement for a fee. Check-in time: 4pm. For alternate check-in time, please call property directly.
Nightly Rate: $129-$129
This room is a second-floor unit with kitchenette at our Inn Port D'Vino (22 Brown St.) location. It has two double beds and private bathroom with shower. Continental breakfast is included in the room rate. No guest pets are permitted. Check-in time: 4pm. For alternate check-in time, please call property directly.
A two-bedroom 1.5 bath house rental, perfect for families on the go. The first bedroom, decorated in a Key West theme has a queen-size bed plus a full-size futon. The second bedroom, decorated in a New Orleans theme, has a full-size bed. Bedrooms, full bathroom and television room are located on the second floor. A living room, dining room and kitchen are located on the first floor.
This queen-bedded furnished apartment is designed for extended stay guests who find themselves in the Dayton area for a week or more. Weekly rates start at $450 + tax. Monthly rates start at $1500.
4.8 on September 07, 2014
Move in weekend at the University of Dayton.
3.8 on September 01, 2014
Within a few feet of the Oregon District restaurants. Would definitely consider staying here again.
4.2 on August 09, 2014
We had never stayed in Dayton before and were pleasantly surprised with the historic Oregon district and this Bed and Breakfast. The Inn Port D'Vino is centrally located in the district and makes it easy to walk to restaurants and a lovely park just down the street. We enjoyed looking at many of the charming homes in the residential areas. The Inn is full of character and lovely wood work. Our room was nice and large and the bathroom was awesome with a jacuzzi tub. We enjoyed a glass of wine in their wine bar before going to one of the many restaurants in walking distance. There was a continental breakfast available, which looked adequate, but we did not partake. My husband did have a cup of coffee and was a bit disappointed. The only problem we encountered was an early morning fire alarm. I believe their system had just been updated and something was faulty. We were on our way out anyway, but it could have been interesting if we were still in bed!! We would definitely return! Very fairly priced.
5 on August 06, 2014
This is a great place. We stayed in the Friuli Room, which makes you feel like you are in your own apartment, with awesomely huge rooms. I wasn't sure how to rate the dining. If it is based what's available nearby, then it should be five stars: there are many dining options within just a couple blocks of Inn Port. If it is based upon what is available at Inn Port, then I'd give it three stars (met my expectations). They do not serve hot breakfast. However, they do provide plenty of good food for the morning, such as coffee, cereal, oatmeal, bagels, bread, fruit, pop tarts, etc. This is fine for me, as I do not want to meat much in the morning.
4.4 on July 30, 2014
Very nice room- ended up with 1/2 a house to myself.... very clean and short walk to anyplace I wanted to go all weekend long. I am really not a breakfast person...so I cannot rate the food.
5 on July 02, 2014
We were in Dayton for a conference and wanted a B&B getaway. This charming place had large, quiet suites and was walking to lots of dining options. The owners stayed late to accomodate our arrival time and graciously served us wine, bread, and cheese as an evening snack. Would definitely return next time we are in Dayton!
4.8 on June 19, 2014
We had a marvelous stay at Inn Port. The building is interesting and the innkeeper a charming conversationalist. The inn is well located for fine dining. The room was very comfortable and spacious.
4.4 on May 24, 2014
My wife and I could not have ask for a better get away. The owners are wonderful and very accommodating. A hidden gem in the Oregon District.
4.4 on April 23, 2014
The Inn Port was completely welcoming and lovely. After a busy day, we spent a relaxing few hours reading and drinking tea in the beautiful living room while listening to music on the record player
4.6 on April 22, 2014
Our stay was fun and exciting, relaxing and rejuvenating. Leslie was such a lovely and caring Inn Keeper and our room was just perfect for the event we reserved it for. An added plus was the cute "Deaf Monty" wine shoppe that is available to anyone who stays at the Inn. Would definitely recommend this Inn to our family and friends.
Dayton, OH (DAY) 10 miles
Exit airport to I-70 east (Dayton). Take I-70 east to I-75 south (Dayton). Remain on I-75 south until you reach the US 35 east (Xenia) exit. Once on US 35 east, you will take the Keowee St. exit. At the base of the exit, turn right. At the next light, turn right onto Wayne Ave. You will go through a light at Jones St./Bainbridge St., then turn left on the next street (Cass St.) When forced to adjust your path, make a slight jog to the left. At this point the street name is Green St. Turn right at the next stop sign (Brown St.) Inn Port Guesthouse is the blue house on the left side of the street. If you are staying at Inn Port D'Vino, continue one block further. It is the cream-colored Victorian with parking for you along the side.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Nature area, Schuster Center for Performing Arts, Victoria Theatre, 5/3 Field, U.S. Airforce Museum, Dayton Convention Center, U.D. Arena, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Board games, DVD Player, VCR, Wi-Fi , Beer and Wine for purchase at Inn Port D'Vino
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Bicycle riding trails, Picnicking, Fine dining, Live music, Theatre, Shopping
Jeff and Leslie Gonya
Jeff and Leslie are avid University of Dayton Flyers basketball fans. They enjoy city living with their 3 dogs Charley (bichon-poodle), Monty (malti-poo), and Toby (bichon frise) and the fun of running "Deaf Monty's Wine," their wine bar and retail shop located at Inn Port D'Vino.
Stocked fridge in suites;Continental for rooms
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