We love Inn Port Lodging! We stayed in the Campagne Suite which has a hot tub in it! They were very accommodating and let us check in early! We love the Oregon district and all the dining options that are right behind the suite!!
The location in the Oregon district is great. Local good restaurants and bars within walking distance. The properties are historic. Jeff and Leslie are very nice. I come about 3 times a year on business and always stay there. It's more of a place to unwind after a long day than just keep doing more work.
This is a very roomy property with good parking. It was clean and well maintained. I did not have much interaction with the staff but what I did was very professional. My only issue was the very poor WiFi connection in the suite. My laptop could just hold a signal but loading anything was not going to happen. iPad was just marginally better. Phone was strictly through cell data. Breakfast was in the kitchen of the suite which suited me fine.
A different kind of B and B. Located in the Oregon District, easy walking to restaurants and night life. We stayed in the champagne suite, really a small apartment. Fully equipped kitchen so we could cook our own breakfast when we wanted. It's attached to a wine shop so you can stop over for a glass of wine or beer in the afternoon. Very friendly and attentive owner.
It was my first stay at a B&B and it was a wonderful experience. Rooms large, well equipped and very clean. As an added bonus there was a wine bar at the Inn open from 4 to 8. The owners as well as neighbours dropped by for a glass and willingly shared their local knowledge as well as conversation and recommendations. Walking distance to many eateries and pubs as well as the theatre district. Don't think there could be a better place to stay in town.
We had a great time and really enjoyed the Maui suite. It's nice and secluded but just a short walk to some bars and restaurants. Hot tub was great and it was nice to have a full kitchen as well. Bathroom had some hair on the floor but was fairly clean other than that. Would definitely stay there again.
We had a great stay at Inn Port D'Vino while visiting University of Dayton. We had the entire second floor to ourselves which was very spacious and private. The owner recommended a pizza place (Oregon Express, I think) a few doors away for dinner--probably the best pizza I've ever eaten! For breakfast they had a huge selection available in the dining room--yogurt, bagels, toast, cereal, fruit, juice, milk (regular and almond), coffees, teas, cocoa, imported jams, you name it. We stuffed ourselves before heading off to UD. Thanks for your hospitality, Leslie and Jeff! Hope to see you again soon!
Our suite (complete with hot tub!) could not have been better appointed or more comfortable. The inn is walking distance from a variety of local hot spots, enough to fill a several-night stay. Even staying during a sometimes-stressful and busy holiday week, it always felt like an oasis away from everyday life. Highly recommended.
Excellent value. Nice 3 room guest house/suite. This unit was located a short distance from the Inn Port. While breakfast was not prepared for the guest, the refrigerator and cabinets were well stocked for fixing your own breakfast. Fully equipped kitchen, so like a vacation condo, you could fix as many meals as one wished. Good location with many excellent restaurants within a short walk.
Stayed here in early Oct 2016. The location is great for visiting shops, restaurants and bars in the Oregon District. The lady that runs the place if very nice and helpful - when she is there. We shared the "Villa" suite, which is the whole upstairs, with another couple. We each had our own bedroom and bathroom. My bed (a twin bed) was comfy, but very noisy - it squeaked every time I moved. The shower was tiny and a bit moldy. The outside crowd got a bit noisy late Saturday when they spilled out of the bars. But, if you want a decent place in the Oregon district, this is likely your best choice. NOTE: There is NO on-site dining - just a wine store and bar.
The owners accommodated our need for off-street parking and a place to put our bicycles. The suite was "like home" for a week, including a fully equipped kitchen. Though we did not use the hot tub, extra towels were there along with mood-setting candle and wine glasses. Breakfast was not a part of our prearranged reservation, but a wine bar that appeared to be fully stocked is on the premises.
This is a really nice B&B in the heart of Dayton. It's situated in an interesting neighborhood away from the strip malls and chain businesses. The accommodations are quite nice (the houses are historic) and the hosts are great!
Enjoyed staying in the quiet B&B. Very close walking distance to several nice restaurants and pubs. The rooms are very clean and well-maintained. I finally had the chance to enjoy the well-stocked wine bar on premises, a nice touch after a busy day. The owners are extremely helpful and accommodating.
I had reviewed their very informative website and the property met my expectations. A comfortable & friendly place to stay. Lovely decor with lots of antiques, modern bathrooms. I enjoyed having my choice of breakfast on the back deck overlooking the lawn and lush green woods beyond, listening to the birds. Very responsive prior t my visit. Friendly conversation with the host. Has only been open one year, and can use some freshening up, owner Ron was very interested in hearing my suggestions.
We’d like to say that this B&B did not disappoint, but for several reasons, it did. First off we had to park a block away and carry our luggage to the Inn Port as the scant designated parking was taken up by patrons of the wine shop (parking was a highlighted amenity in their advertisement). We were told “first come, first served.” Teri, who was working the wine shop, greeted us and informed us that Leslie or Jeff were not available but provided a phone number to reach them in case there were issues during the night. The entire “Champagne Suite” was in need of cleaning and updating. The chipped paint, scuffed, baseboards, dusty blinds, and fingerprinted doors and walls immediately stuck out. The door and ceiling moulding contained large gaps, and cracks in the paint. The heat vent in the bathroom was covered with rust and dirt, and the toaster oven was filthy with food remnants outside and inside (photos available on Tripadvisor.com). Closer inspection revealed no mattress cover and stains on the mattress. Walking through the suite we could plainly hear the conversations coming from the wine shop next door (a locked door connecting the two rooms). We had booked two nights but told Teri that we would not be staying. She left and returned with Leslie who asked what was wrong with the Champagne Suite. My wife informed her that it was not at all what we expected. Her reply was “this is not your typical Bed & Breakfast”. She then went on to say that she had to charge us a minimum of one night’s stay. Reluctantly we paid, then located much better accommodations within 6 miles.
When all the hotels in Dayton Ohio were booked for the Institute of Navigation, ION, June 2016 Joint Navigation Conference, I thought I was going to land in an overpriced dive. But by luck, I stumbled across the Inn Port Bed and Breakfast Suites, www. Innport.com run by Jeff and Leslie (937-224-7678). The location I rented at 22 Brown Street is a stunning two floor Victorian house. I had the Friuli (located at 22 Brown St.) which is the second floor front of the house, and access to the common area on the first floor. Everything was pristine in condition, I was almost afraid to use it. Each morning, in the common area, there are ample yogurts, fruit, toast, jams, Oatmeal, and pop tarts. And you dine in a wonderfully quaint dining area with glass chandelier overhead. From the dining area, living room with turntable and couches, to the bathroom, the bed room with couch and marble fireplace, you just can’t believe what you get for their low prices. And you are located 2 blocks from the downtown convention center. During the day, Leslie has a wine tasting shop, and next door, there is a store called Spice Paradise. You can buy home cooked soups, homemade gelato, and a myriad of unique spices, nuts, and other odds and ends. If you are going to visit Dayton, check out the Inn Port Bed and Breakfast.
This was my first bed and breakfast. But I feel like my expectations have been set so high now. The room was simple and stunning! I loved the furniture, and the sheets were so adorable and so soft. The room and whole house had such a lovely style and whimsy to it. Super clean, and had everything you'd need. Stacie was so chill and available for whatever needs you might have. Now I must talk about the breakfast. You guys don't even know, it was so good. So good, that I'm not sure I'll be able to give it the justice it deserves in this review. Breakfast is set up for family style (one large table everyone eats at) and you choose the time you'd like to eat. Times range from 7am to 9am, from what I can remember. OK the food, so creative, so yummy. There are options, and it's so hard to choose. I choose the pancakes both days they were different kinds each day, with a scrambled egg on the side. The eggs were so soft and savory and the pancakes were so hearty and flavorful, the second day I didn't even use syrup! OH and the location is perfect, its right on the end of the strip of shops just off a side road. I think if you are staying in Yellow Springs you should stay here.
We stay at this place for 2 nights for the WGI winterguard competition. It is much better than any hotel. Very well situated, you can walk to a lot of restaurants to eat. Every thing was clean and nice and well maintain for an old house. The breakfast is continental so don't expect to much. I will most likely stay here again if I ever go back to Dayton.
This property is in the Oregon district of Dayton (downtown). The properties are nicely refurbished historic homes. The rooms are spacious and many are entire suites. The proprietors are very welcoming and will interact with you as much as you want. This is a great place to stay whether on business travel or personal travel. Highly recommended.
Leslie's hospitality and the European Villa at Inn Port were above and beyond my expectations. The Inn is literally steps from numerous bars and restaurants and is in the heart of the Oregon District. I would gladly stay there again when I visit Dayton. Thanks Leslie!