2.6 on October 07, 2016
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.
4.4 on September 14, 2016
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.
3.0 on September 12, 2016
Loved the area where the B&B was located will definitely stay there again if the need arises!
4.4 on August 31, 2016
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!
4.2 on August 27, 2016
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.
4.4 on July 09, 2016
This little place is great in a great location. There are a lot of cool little shops you can walk to. The champagne room was great with a hot tub for 2.
1.4 on July 07, 2016
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.
4.8 on June 17, 2016
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.
4.4 on April 13, 2016
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.
4.6 on March 30, 2016
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.
3.6 on March 20, 2016
Place has a great location so you can walk to several bars, restaurants and various shops. Service was great, very friendly staff.
4.0 on March 16, 2016
Very charming - phenomenal location and very accommodating. Highly recommend
3.8 on February 18, 2016
Cozy, romantic room, close to home and priced reasonably. Easy check in and out! Friendly owners!
4.2 on January 28, 2016
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!
4.2 on January 19, 2016
My husband and I stayed here one night. We live close by, but just wanted a quiet place to get away for a night. Inn Port B&B was wonderful! Mrs. Gonya is a lovely woman who greeted us warmly and gave us a brief tour. The room is very pretty, comfortable, and cozy. I especially loved the hot tub! Be aware that breakfast is just continental style, but that was fine with us because we don't usually eat a big breakfast anyway. It's close by lots of great restaurants. Parking is kind of an issue because the inn is also a bar, so customers take up parking spaces. We had to double park outside and wait for one of the patrons to leave, which was annoying because I wanted to go to bed. That said, it was a pleasant stay and we will definitely return for another get away at some point!
4.8 on January 08, 2016
The Maui Suite was cute and cozy; a perfect place to stay for Christmas Eve! Everything was ready for us when we arrived. Arriving and departing were extremely convenient. The only downside is we arrived late at night and therefore weren't able to meet the proprietors. Highly, highly recommended for anyone visiting Dayton.
4.6 on June 05, 2015
We had a wonderful weekend staying at the Inn Port & Vino B&B. Temperature in the room was great, comfortable bed and great location. We enjoyed staying here and would do so again if we ever visit Dayton again.
4.6 on May 27, 2015
Lovely accommodations in this historic area of Dayton. Many very nice restaurants are within walking distance. Community park is also close by. Leslie was very friendly and shared the history of the Oregon District with us. The Inn Port D'Vino had a unique, comfortable, and very relaxed atmosphere. My husband and I enjoyed it very much!
5 on May 13, 2015
We stayed in the Maui suite & enjoyed the relaxing hot tub, the snacks left for us & the downtown being so close to great dining and atmosphere. We had a wonderful time.
3.8 on May 07, 2015
Leslie was very friendly and helped us get what was needed for our stay, eg. grill, blender, extra chairs. All needs were met in a very timely manner. The place was clean and inviting. Our guests were I pressed with the charm of the house and decorations. A great place to stay!!
5 on April 09, 2015
Fantastic location and easy to find. Beautiful, fully equipped apartment on 102 Green St. Exceeded my expectations, would definitely recommend to those staying a week or more in the Dayton area.
4.8 on March 31, 2015
We spent a night at the Inn Port to celebrate a birthday and we could not have made a better decision. Leslie was more than accommodating for our early arrival and even waited on us when we arrived a bit later than expected. She was cheerful and helpful and we could tell she enjoyed her work and her B&B and her joy was infectious. The attached Wine shop the Deaf Monty was fabolous and there was a great collection of wine and appetizers and Leslie's service was impeccable there as well. The Inn Port is in a great location only a block away from great dining and night life in the Oregon District and literally around the corner from downtown Dayton. The building was gorgeously aged and the Fruili room was perfect. Every detail was handled to the upmost and it was our pleasure to stay here and we hope to be able to find any little reason to stay again!
5 on March 23, 2015
The rooms were clean and were very spacious. This is my third stay at this particular B&B and I will continue to keep booking.
4.6 on March 02, 2015
Stayed at the green street apartment and it was amazing.
5 on February 19, 2015
We had a wonderful stay!! Our wedding night was perfect!!
3.2 on January 06, 2015
The room was more spacious than I expected. There is actually a separate bedroom, living and dining area, hallway, hot tub room, small kitchen area and bathroom. There is no restaurant or breakfast, but there are plenty of restaurants within walking distance, and snacks and juice are provided. The bed is comfortable and the towels are soft and fluffy. It would have been nice to have an extra throw blanket, and the bed pillows could be replaced as they are pretty flat.
4.0 on January 04, 2015
Great place for a romantic weekend gataway.
3.0 on December 19, 2014
Owners very pleasant and accommodating. Champagne Suite nice, but the smell of chlorine from the hot tub is very strong and set off an asthma attack in my husband. Also, there is a music venue right next door and the music was loud until 1:00 AM. Definitely not my style of music and I couldn't fall asleep until after the music stopped. Fun area, great food establishments and fun and quirky neighborhood. I do recommend, but for young adults.
2.8 on November 22, 2014
We are quite the connoisseurs of B&B's. We stay in four to five different ones per year. This was average within what we've experienced. It was clean and the kitchen had some snacks for us. We had a short one night stay so it was sufficient.
4.2 on October 22, 2014
My sister and I stayed one night at the Inn Port Bed and Breakfast. We loved the historic area, the Oregon District and the hospitality of the owner. Well worth staying, would highly recommend
4.2 on October 12, 2014
Had out of town guests coming to Dayton for a wedding and we didn't have room for all of them. All the hotels were booked so we looked for B&B's. Your place exceeded our expectations and it was very convenient for walking from downtown.
3.8 on October 07, 2014
We enjoyed our time in the Champagne Suite last week. The suite is huge and includes a full kitchen and separate room with a hot tub. It is on the ground floor which worked well for my husband who walks with a cane. I loved that we could prepare our own breakfast with the well stocked refrigerator on our own schedule. The owner is very friendly and runs a great little wine shop and bar on the premises. (great selection and prices). The neighborhood is lovely , take the time to walk through it. A few very good restaurants are within 2 blocks. We loved the very cool nearby Scandinavian "antique" furniture store. While in Dayton we visited the Packard Museum and the National Air Force Museum. This B&B and these two great museums made our trip to Dayton a pleasure.
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.
5 on April 09, 2014
Wonderful place in The Oregon District - my first B&B and I will be back! Private, well-stocked and loved the old architecture~ so much nicer than the chain hotels!
4.4 on April 04, 2014
Customer service met every expectation! Extremely spacious suite and provided wine setup at my request. Would definitely return to this B&B when in Dayton!!
3.8 on February 19, 2014
This really wasn't a bed and breakfast place unless that is in a different price or day to stay. It was a beautiful home with very nice owners!! My only suggestion is that they place no slip mats getting out of the tub
4.6 on February 12, 2014
This was our 2nd time staying at Inn Port and Leslie and Jeff (the owners) always go out of their way to make you feel welcome. The location is great, right in the Oregon District, so food, music and entertainment is just steps away. The rates are reasonable and the historic B & B is lovely. An added bonus is the addition of Deaf Monte Wine inside the B & B so you can enjoy a tasting, glass or bottle without braving the elements. (We stayed on an extremely frosty winter night so this was a great bonus!) I always recommend Inn Port to my friends - it's a great get away for locals and a wonderful way to show Dayton off to visitors.
4.8 on December 26, 2013
Just a nice place to spend a night away from the crowd!
5 on December 18, 2013
I totally surprised my wife with our stay there.. we are planning our next stay.. wonderful staff and the room was magnificent. .
4.4 on December 09, 2013
Second time my wife and I have stayed here. the surrounding area is nice, and we will stay here again in the future.
4.4 on November 21, 2013
Accommodating host, perfect location, and reasonable cost for a weekend visiting my daughter at UD. Look forward to booking graduation accommodations for 2015 and other weekends. Enjoyed supporting a local business and Dayton Alumni. The apartment was great.
5 on October 30, 2013
Had a most wonderful stay in this spacious apartment. Felt right at home and everything was more than I hoped for.The hosts were charming and helpful and everything was exceedingly clean.
4.2 on October 21, 2013
Inn Port B&B definitely exceeded our expectations when it came to Rooms. We stayed in the Friuli room and it was HUGE! The bathroom was amazing, and as newlyweds, very much enjoyed the jacuzzi tub. We had read the reviews regarding the food, so no surprise to find just dry breakfast, snacks, and some fruit. We were surprised no complimentary wine - although there was juice and sodas (and a water cooler). Most B&B do - however there was a wine store attached that sold decent priced glasses/bottles. We did not try it out though. Regardless, this place is a gem. Location great, the thai restaurant across the street had amazing food.
5 on October 16, 2013
Such a pleasant place in a cute little neighborhood. Everything was perfect. I would highly recommend the Friuli suite. Beautifully furnished big rooms. Excellent dinner across the street at Thai 9. Can't wait to go back!
5 on October 08, 2013
We will definitely stay here again for a break away from the norm or a special occasion. We will also recommend to anyone looking for a similar experience. Just great! Robert Gregory
4.8 on September 30, 2013
I really enjoyed my recent stay at Inn Port. Leslie and Jeff were wonderful hosts. Their place is great for anyone visiting Dayton on business or for just a night on the town. Plan on staying at Inn Port next time I return to Dayton.
5 on September 30, 2013
Couldn't ask for a friendlier reception. Inn is spacious, comfortable and clean. Breakfast and snacks are well stocked and available any time you want them.
4.2 on September 18, 2013
The house is lovely!
5 on September 04, 2013
The Inn Port Maui Suite is awesome. There is old charm set in a vacation destination. I would stay here again. My stay wasn't long enough for me to really enjoy everything it has to offer.
4.4 on August 29, 2013
This lovely B&B is located right in downtown Dayton. It is close to several good restaurants. The hostess, Leslie, was very gracious and helpful. We would come back should we visit Dayton again.
3.8 on July 30, 2013
Stayed the weekend, just to be close to downtown for the Celtic Festival. No issue, room was very nice, clean and the place very quiet.
4.8 on July 17, 2013
My wife and I stayed at the Champagne Suite and loved it. It had a good size living room, dining room with a table for four. A bedroom with a very comfortable king size bed. Then you go down the hallway and there is the hot tub room, the kitchen and bathroom. The place is very large with plenty of room to entertain friends. It is located in the "Oregon District" so there are quality restaurants, bars and stores of interest. This district is their "village" and is very cool. We had a lovely four night stay.
3.4 on July 11, 2013
The Inn was so quaint and we really felt like we were not in the same town....We had privacy and we were able to relax. It was perfect for us. Leslie was so nice and Danielle in the wine bar was very accommodating. The fact that the bar had Proseco(Italian sparkling wine) was awesome!.We are so looking forward to doing it again...Yay!
4.8 on July 03, 2013
This place exceeded all expectations. Everything you needed was there. I brought candles, towels, CDs, and all the extras for a romantic get away and all of the things I brought were already there. The people were nice, we walked up the street to some great bars and it was a cool part across the street with a gazebo. All we had to do was show up the place was outstanding. I struggle with telling other people about it because I want to be my secret. But I had to tell some friends, the place was wonderful.
5 on May 08, 2013
Two of us stayed in the Champagne Suite of Inn Port D'Vino in the Oregon Arts District of Dayton. We were not given our room assignment until the night before and this was rewarding, because we were upgraded to the Champagne Suite without a price increase. This was very nice of Leslie and Jeff. We enjoyed the hot tub.
4.0 on May 06, 2013
Excellent location, very friendly owners. Great place!
4.2 on April 06, 2013
Had a great time getting away. Thanks a lot for the stay. Leslie was very accomidating and good company while at the Deaf Monte.
4.0 on March 31, 2013
We don't often stay in B&Bs, but the reviews of the downtown hotels were downright scary. We came into town to hear Garnet Rogers at the Canal Street Tavern, knew it would be a late night out, and therefore wanted to stay overnight in the neighborhood. The Inn Port D'Vino proved to be just the ticket. Very comfortable stay. Great recommendation for dinner at The Roost -- terrific restaurant jewel. (Note: We didn't eat/drink anything at the Inn Port D'Vino--but this site required me to enter a rating on "dining".
4.0 on March 23, 2013
The rooms were decorated in a Hawaiian theme and had an indoor hot tub. Everything for a continental breakfast was provided in the kitchen. It was within walking distance of great bars & restaurants in the Oregon District. It was a wonderful place to have an anniversary getaway that truly made us feel as if we were in a tropical getaway in the middle of an Ohio winter. We'd definitely stay again!!!
4.6 on March 21, 2013
Very close to great restuarants and great hosts !
4.6 on March 18, 2013
We really enjoyed our stay. Very private, spacious, and comfortable. Great location and wonderful hosts!
4.8 on March 06, 2013
My wife and I had never stayed at a B&B before and had the best time ever! Maui Suite was great and the short walk to the restaurant was perfect. Enjoyed the fact that we could eat breakfast in the room and that everything was neat, clean and cozy. Hot tub was a perfect touch to celebrate our 22nd anniversary.
5 on December 26, 2012
Great time, nice place to take a break just a few miles away from home. What are you waiting for?
3.8 on November 25, 2012
A wonderful place to rekindle the romance in your relationship. Play some Hawaiin ukelele music, sit in the hot tub and with a little imagination, you too can be transported back to the Hawaiian islands. Many thanks to Leslie and Jeff for a memorable weekend getaway. Angel & Theresa Delao Lebanon, Ohio
4.4 on November 15, 2012
My husband and I were looking for alternatives to claim hotels. This inn is in a Victorian section of Dayton. It is near interstates and night spots. Eels enjoyed the hot tub and a great meal at the sushi restaurant next door. Recommend this place for get aways and city jaunts.
3.8 on November 13, 2012
Excellent place. Great location. Fun to have wine bar in house.
5 on October 31, 2012
We were delighted with the location, attractiveness, cleanliness, food provided, and comfort of our stay at the Inn Port B & B. We will certainly book there again!
3.4 on October 11, 2012
We loved the spacious rooms and the location in a charming neighborhood. We were disappointed that the breakfast was so lackluster- fix it yourself cereal, bagels... We would suggest the coffee that you make by the cup so visitors could make their own flavors.
4.4 on October 10, 2012
The building was incredible...tons of history in this Inn! We also loved the jacuzzi tub in the very spacious bathroom. The location is wonderful for night life. Located in the best part of Dayton; go out for a drink or for a nice walk in the historic Oregon district. Very friendly owners. :-)
4.6 on September 27, 2012
Excellent accommodations in a great location. Very nice and highly recommended.
4.4 on September 02, 2012
Very nice place, no complaints. The wine bar is very nice touch.
4.4 on August 23, 2012
This is a great value for the location. Leslie is friendly and very professional.
3.4 on August 21, 2012
We had a wonderful time staying at the Inn Port while in town for Call of the Tropics! We could come and go as we pleased. The room was very clean. We had plenty of snacks and drinks stocked in our room. The service was nice. We would stay again next time we're in Dayton, OH
4.0 on August 14, 2012
Loved everything about the B&B except the breakfast. Have been to many B&B's and this is the first one that did not serve a cooked breakfast. One of the best things about a B&B is having breakfast with the other guest and the conversation with them.
4.4 on August 13, 2012
My husband and I visited the Inn Port and stayed in the Champagne Suite for a relaxing get away. We were able to park there and explore the Oregon District before we checked in. There are many cute bars, places to eat, and retro shops all within walking distance. We were impressed with how large the suite was and how clean it was. There is somewhat of a musty smell that we noticed when arriving but quickly forgot. The kitchen is stocked with all kinds of breakfast essentials and snacks. The spa room is lovely with candles and matches and CD player. The bedroom is very comfortable. The owners are over the top nice and we purchased a bottle of great champagne at the wine bar. We dined at Jay's Seafood for supper and it was fantastic! All in all a great experience and we plan to visit again.
4.2 on August 09, 2012
Our family rented the entire Inn for the weekend for the out-of-town members of our wedding party. The innkeepers were very welcoming and accommodating, especially since we had up to 12 people running about on different schedules. It was lovely to have the parlor area for our use during quiet times. Everything was very clean, and we enjoyed the walkability of the neighborhood. There were many fine places to eat and shop in the area, and it was convenient to the major streets without losing its charm. The beds were very comfortable and the woodwork and fireplaces beautiful.
4.2 on August 02, 2012
Stayed at Inn Port d'Vino during the Dayton Celtic Festival with my wife. We were fortunate enough to book the Champagne Suite, and were blown away when we arrived. The suite was massive - truly the size of a one or two bedroom apartment. It really was like being at home - sitting room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, and hot tub room all separate from each other. We appreciated the stocked fridge for breakfast, and loved sitting in the Inn's main sitting room listening to classical music and enjoying wine from Deaf Monty's. The location to the festival at Riverscape Metro Park and the Oregon District were great and we took advantage of the German Haus Restaurant and Dublin Pub. We had no complaints and hope to be back!
5 on August 01, 2012
We stayed overnight and thoroughly enjoyed it. Tons of restaurants and coffee shops as well as little shops to keep you busy. The room was well-kept and clean. Leslie was very nice and helpful.
5 on July 19, 2012
Our place was an apartment. There was a hot tub in the front room, which was wonderful! The bed was comfortable. The kitchen was nice and had everything we needed. We made our own breakfast using the food that was left for us in the fridge. The apartment was within an easy walk to some very nice restaurants. I would gladly stay there again.
3.6 on July 13, 2012
Our first bed and breakfast experience. Nice accommodations - we really enjoyed our stay!!
5 on July 12, 2012
We stayed one night while visiting the Oregon District and the Call of the Tropics event. The room/space was larger than expected and it was nice to spread out. The hospitality was great and the common area with breakfast/snack items was lovely. Low key breakfast staples available at any time was just fine for us. We received great dining tips too. We would definitely consider returning to this inn.
4.6 on July 12, 2012
Stayed with a friend for a girl's night out and the room and service were both amazing. The neighborhood is beautiful and you can walk to everything you need. If I ever need to spend another night in Dayton - I will definitely be back!
4.6 on June 25, 2012
Spent a weekend in Dayton for college reunion, and found this charming B&B on line. The room was large, and the bathroom wonderful. The soaps were scented (I used the lavendar to help relax at night). Breakfast was delicious, and serve yourself whenever you wanted it. Everything was available, (including fresh fruit) all morning long, which meant I could eat when I wanted to do so and not when the inn keepers were offering breakfast, as happens in so many other B&Bs. As a woman traveling alone, I felt very safe; and was happy for the offstreet parking. I will definitely return when I am in Dayton again.
4.6 on June 17, 2012
Beautiful historic home with great woodwork and a really lovely room with private bath. Truly enjoyed our brief stay and look forward to recommending it to others. We did not have a meal, so really couldn't rate this .
5 on June 12, 2012
It was lovely to return to the Inn Port three years after our last visit; it was better than ever. The addition of Deaf Monty's wine bar (and wine shop) was a bonus; it's a great chance to meet the locals when they stop by for a drink after work. The facilities generally at the Inn Port are excellent, and the breakfasts delicious! Fantastic value for money.
4.6 on May 21, 2012
Perhaps the best value at Inn Port B&B is Leslie the innkeeper. Her bubbling personality by itself made the two day visit valuable. Based on location, services, convenience to other areas, and cost, the stay was a good buy. The rooms were very nicely done and it is clear that the owners are still working on aspects of improving the Inn. I had only one mild complaint and that''s that the beds sagged a little in our room--however, that could be because I am way too fat! Overall, I highly recommend the Inn Port B&B and its staff. I have already recommended the Inn to people, which I normally do not do. Perhaps the reason is the friendly and very personal service by the Inn Keeper! We will come again, Lord willing!! Gail and Caroline Hopkins
5 on May 19, 2012
The Maui suite was great. We had scheduled 5 to 6 places to visit while in Ohio, and fortunately only got to ONE! The indoor hot tub was a great addition.
3.4 on May 04, 2012
The hosts were very gracious and gave great tips for places to eat. The unit we stayed in was a little 80's as far as decor and had a mold smell. However, everything was clean and the bed was comfortable.
3.8 on April 20, 2012
We had never heard of the Oregon Historic District and came upon it by chance staying at the Inn Port B&B. Great walking tour of the old homes and good food in the neighborhood.
5 on April 11, 2012
Cheaper than chain hotels in Dayton and way more charming. And in a nice neighborhood, seconds from nice restaurants and shops. The wi-fi didn't work in my suite (unless I sat in the doorway) but that's probably not a priority if you're staying here.
4.0 on March 14, 2012
We recently stayed at the In Port B & B. What a wonderful place. Great location. Beautiful room. Very comfortable. The wine bar was super cute. The guest inn keepers who greeted us were friendly & helpful. It felt like a home away from home. So glad we chose to stay here rather than a corporate hotel. Our friend who owns Ghostlight Coffee recommended it & so glad he did.
5 on February 15, 2012
Our stay at the Maui Suite was the best! Fabulous hosts, an amazing suite, and tons of extra special touches made everything so nice! The candles, music, breakfast and snacks, and all the decorations made our stay absolutely wonderful! Thank you so much! We'll definitely be back!
3.4 on January 22, 2012
The room was very nice, as was the whole house. Climate control was unavailable, rendering the room a bit chilly, but the overall atmosphere was very pleasing.
4.8 on December 04, 2011
great bed and breakfast in the oregon district, room had great jacuzzi and large room and great environment and service, would stay there anytime
4.0 on November 23, 2011
On a first visit with nearby family, I chose Inn Port because of its location. After staying for two days, I will come back again for "all of the above" - gracious hosts, spacious rooms, comfortable decor throughout the inn, good and diverse restaurants nearby, located in a classically peaceful district, and within walking distance of the downtown center.
4.0 on November 22, 2011
I was only in town for less than 12 hours (including sleep time) but the owners were friendly and helpful, and the room I had was great. Highly recommended to those staying in Dayton!
4.6 on November 21, 2011
INN Port is our favorite place to stay when we are in the Dayton area!
4.8 on November 15, 2011
I stayed at the Inn Port d'Vino for my bachlorette party. The room was a great value and spacious for all my guests. The location is ideal as it is with in blocks of great dining and many bars. The rooms were nicely decorated and clean. Service was great. Highly recommended for a Girls Night or Romantic Night Out.
5 on November 06, 2011
We stayed in the Campaign Suite at Inn Port for our one year wedding anniversary. It was so wonderful! This was our second stay in that room (we stayed there our wedding night), and we loved it just as much as our first time. We noticed that the journal from last year was left out as well as this year's, so it as exciting getting to ready my entry that I wrote last year as well. The rooms were so clean and comfy, and we always love seeing what treats were left in the kitchen for us. Amazing place, and we will continue to celebrate our anniversary in that beautiful, romantic room!
4.0 on October 19, 2011
My wife and I needed to be in Dayton on short notice and after trying to get a decent hotel room we found Inn Port B&B. We made reservations on Thursday for a Friday/Saturday stay. The price was well under the nearest hotels and the accommodations were fantastic. We had the place to ourselves and never even saw the proprietors (although we would have liked to have told them how much we appreciated their place face to face). The B&B was great. Rooms were large and roomy and very clean with great decorations. The breakfast was no-frills continental and that is exactly what we prefer. The food was fresh and good. It magically appeared in our own downstairs dining room. The neighborhood is great for walking and lovely. We will DEFINITELY stay at In Port B&B again when in Dayton.
3.6 on October 12, 2011
The bed and breakfast was in a great part of town- the historic Oregon District. There were many desirable things to do within walking distance. Inn Port B&B was very beautiful on the inside with spacious rooms. The only problem I had was the lack hot breakfast in the morning, or even the lack of an option of hot breakfast. The continental breakfast selection was pretty sub-par. Overall, it was a good experience, but the breakfast portion of this bed & breakfast was lacking.
4.2 on October 12, 2011
Great location, helpful innkeepers, wonderful escape! Will visit again and recommend to others!
5 on October 10, 2011
This was a very nice place to stay and relax. Everything was great and Jeff and Leslie were wonderful
3.8 on October 05, 2011
We stayed a couple nights in their Friuli room. It was very nice. The inn is beautiful and very, very clean and tidy. The breakfast was what we expected, with plenty of choices. The innkeepers are flexible and welcoming. We'll stay there again in the future!
4.0 on October 01, 2011
We stayed in the Champagne Suite. It was very roomy but we wanted that room for the Jacuzzi. We couldn't get the Jacuzzi to warm up all the way and also it was a Jacuzzi tub on a piece of vinyl on top of carpet. The tub was also very full so we were worried to spill the water out of the tub on the vinyl and then on the carpet. Besided that though, the room was cozy and clean, the location was perfect!! We will be back!
3.0 on September 06, 2011
This was our second stay at Inn Port. We stayed at 137 Brown Street previously and this time were placed at 22 Brown Street above the wine bar. Great room, really large and had a nice sitting area. Very large private bathroom and our own entrance. Breakfast is not catered and although I prefer that, we know that isnt provided here. Very central and I think, reasonably priced.
4.0 on August 24, 2011
We were moving our daughter to University of Dayton. This is a great place to stay away from the school but still very close (five minutes, depending on the lights). Restaurants are within walking distance. It was very quiet and quite relaxing. It is a perfect home away from home. We are looking forward to spending other weekends at the Inn Port over the next several years.
4.4 on August 24, 2011
Our family recented stay here for 2 nights. The rooms are exactly as described. Breakfast is cereal, fruit and breads with tea, coffee and juice. You help yourself to breakfast at your convenience. The food is available 24/7. That worked well for us as we had family members following different schedules. The location is fantastic. This is a charming area of Dayton. Restaurants are within a block or two. Highly recommended.
4.6 on August 07, 2011
Great hospitality, great location. We were revisiting Dayton after many years, and this is a perfect place for exploring both downtown and surrounding attractions.
3.6 on August 02, 2011
Wonderful time; better than any hotel. Quiet and very clean. Nice assort. of complimentary foods. Nice little piece of Hometown USA.
4.0 on July 26, 2011
We stayed in the Maui Suite. Great place in a nice neighborhood. Definitely would recommend to others.
4.0 on July 23, 2011
The owners at Inn Port really reflect themselves in this BnB. Their interest in wine and travel are the themes of the whole setup. We stayed in the Caribbean suite, and found it spacious and attractive. The breakfast was basic Continental style.
3.8 on July 20, 2011
We recently stayed at the Inn Port B & B to celebrate our 13 year anniversary and really enjoyed our stay. Innkeepers are very friendly and more than willing to get you what you need. Lots of places to eat and see withing walking distance. We would definately recommend this location for a couple.
3.0 on July 20, 2011
We enjoyed our stay at the Inn Port in Dayton. The Inn is located in a historic area of Dayton, Oregon, and was very walkable. We found several great restaurants within walking distance! Don't be put off by the outside appearance of the B & B. It is a very old building, but inside it is nicely decorated, clean, and had air conditioning! The innkeepers were very welcoming, but not intrusive. A good option if you are tired of the chain hotels!
4.4 on May 27, 2011
Delightful place, great location, wonderfully friendly innkeepers! My only suggestions--(1) an extra towel rack in the lovely bathroom, closer to the shower/tub; (2) serve a better quality of coffee with the continental breakfast items--it was a disappointment to have grocery-store quality coffee when we were paying $120/night for the room. The house is beautifully restored and the bed is super comfortable. Walking distance to lots of great activities and restaurants in Dayton.
5 on March 23, 2011
This was our third time staying at the "Inn Port" we have had 3 different rooms each time, and everythime it's been a great experience.. Leslie & Jeff our great host and will go out of there way to make your stay a pleasant one. Our last stay was a surprise to my wife and Leslie helped me make it a special evening by having a dozen roses and a great bottle of wine waiting in the hottub room of the “Champagne suite” what a nice touch. I would highly recommend staying here. Tom & Angela Martin Sidney, Oh
5 on March 08, 2011
My husband and I spent a night in the Maui Room, and we had a great time! The room has a private kitchen (well stocked with any kind of breakfast food you could want, plus a pint of ice cream!) and bathroom, and it had a lovely two-person Jacuzzi. We had a most relaxing time and had fun walking around the beautiful Oregon Arts District. I would definitely recommend the Port Inn B&B to everyone!
5 on March 01, 2011
this place is truley wonderful. I enjoy staying here when ever i can.
4.4 on February 22, 2011
Leslie and Jeff have a great thing going in the Oregon District. The suite was outstanding, the town is very interesting, and there is plenty to do within walking distance.
3.0 on February 13, 2011
he Maui suite is wonderfully decorated with authentic Hawaiian accents in every corner. It's charming and makes it feel like a real getaway. A heart shaped jacuzzi tops it off. Although a historic building everything is clean. Some appliances are not up to date bug they are workable. Overall, a unique, fun, getaway and a good value. The only negative is that the mattress is not premium.
3.6 on February 01, 2011
I stayed in the "Champagne Suite". The free parking was very helpful in this neighborhood because parking is hard to find. Room turned out to be actually a whole spacious suite of rooms including living room, bedroom, kitchen, bath and jacuzzi tub room. Would be a great place for a couples getaway. Only downside is that rooms were cold due to very cold January weather outside - maybe a thicker bed blanket would be nice? Wi-Fi and TV worked great. Host was welcoming and was willing to work with me so I could have a lower rate as a single traveler but still get the parking spot I needed. The 22 Brown location is very convenient (i.e. a few steps) from trendy restaurants and bars in the Oregon District. The free breakfast was "no frills" with no hot items (except for one egg to cook yourself) but included plenty of basic items such as cereal, toast, English muffins, milk, juice, yogurt, plus soft drinks and snacks like popcorn. Overall a good value in a great location and I would stay again.
3.8 on January 03, 2011
Leslie and Jeff run a great place. Thanks for being a good half-way point on our trip!
3.8 on December 27, 2010
We had a GREAT stay in the Friuli Room at Inn Port B&B. Leslie was there to greet us at check in, and was very hospitable during our two nights. The location is FANTASTIC with all of the great restaurants and nightlife of the Oregon District within easy walking distance - even in late December weather! We visit family in Dayton on a regular basis, and this will not be our last stay with Jeff & Leslie at Inn Port B&B... Eric and Alesha
5 on December 15, 2010
My daughter and I came to Dayton to check out the University of Dayton. We were welcomed with graciousness and friendliness at the Inn Port Bed and Breakfast by the innkeepers Leslie and Jeff. Everything was cozy and clean and we felt right at home! My daughter has decided to attend UD in January 2011...and we can't wait to come back and stay with our new friends Leslie and Jeff!
4.8 on December 01, 2010
I was here on business, and loved the small feel, and the location is excellent. What a great place, gave me a totally different impression of Dayton than I would have had otherwise. I definitely suggest it for anyone!
4.4 on November 27, 2010
When we arrived, we were warmly and enthusiastically greeted by the owner, Leslie! The room far exceeded our expectations in size and comfort. Amenities, both electronic and personal, were exceptional considering the inexpensive cost of the room. We'll be back and have already told many friends about this excellent B&B bargain!
3.6 on November 10, 2010
My wife and I spent our first anniversary in the Champagne suite. We plan to visit a different one each year. We loved the Champagne suite! The room was huge and we enjoyed the hot tub,VERY RELAXING !! The king size bed was really comfortable as well. Leslie was very accomadating and helped me have some special suprise touches ready as a surprise for my wife.As I said we will be visiting other Inns in the coming years,but this will hold special memories because it was our first.
4.6 on November 05, 2010
My wife and I needed a weekend away from life and kids and we found that at Inn Port. Very comfortable, clean, and relaxing. We look forward to returning.
4.2 on October 30, 2010
We stayed in the champaigne suite for our wedding night. The place was SO large and beautiful! There were wonderful special touches, like the goodies the kitchen was stocked with, the candels and matches provided, and the "diary" that everyone staying in the room since opening wrote in.We loved it, and we hope to make it a yearly anniversary tradition! Thank you so much for creating such a hidden gem in Dayton!!
4.8 on October 26, 2010
Leslie and Jeff were helpful and accommodating, working hard to help us get checked in exactly when we needed to. The house is beautiful, and the service was efficient. We will definitely choose Inn Port again when we are in Dayton.
4.6 on October 14, 2010
We stayed in the Friuli room last weekend and had a great time. The room was beautiful and very comfortable. The architecture of the house is wonderful. Leslie was very hospitable and a real pleasure to deal with. She's one of the nicest people you will ever meet. And the location is perfect, with many places to eat and things to do in the area. We don't have reason to be in Dayton again but are planning to come back just to re-live our wonderful weekend at Inn Port D'Vino.
4.0 on September 22, 2010
Leslie and her husband are absolutely wonderful hosts at The Inn Port. I was upgraded to The Champagne Suite but only paid $89 per night. This is a steal in downtown Dayton! There was a 2-person hot tub, full kitchen and bath, king size bed, flat screen TV and dining/living room. The suite was larger than my apartment! It was such a nice surprise and felt like I was staying at a friend's apartment rather than a B&B with all the details provided in the suite. Leslie stocked the kitchen with breakfast items and made herself available 24 hours a day if I had any concerns/questions. She was very helpful in recommending a good restaurant within walking distance. The Oregon District is only a 2 minute walk away with lots of restaurants, bars and galleries to check out. The surrounding streets are gorgeous and quiet with brick streets and old Victorian houses dating back to the early 1800s. Overall a wonderful experience. I would definitely recommend The Inn Port and hope I have another excuse to visit for a weekend!
4.0 on September 18, 2010
Lovely B&B within walking distance of eating establishments, comedy club and bars. I'd stay there again!
3.2 on September 07, 2010
Leslie is a wonderful innkeeper and the Inn is ideally located!!
4.6 on October 09, 2008
My husband and I stayed in the New Orleans room recently. The rooms were so cute with different themes. We loved how it was walking distance from a park and places to eat. Jeff and Leslie were so friendly and even gave us dog treats to take home to our puppy.
4.0 on March 23, 2007
My wife and I make it a point when we are traveling in the area to stay at the Inn Port. We enjoy the area and especially the owners. Walking the neighborhood is enjoyable and relaxing.