Inn Port Bed and Breakfast & Suites
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IntroductionTwo lodging options for business, family, romance or relaxation. Accommodating the solo traveler, couples, or groups up to 22. We provide bed and breakfast lodging that is walking distance to Downtown Dayton, the Convention Center, Fifth Third Field, and Riverscape. We are just a short drive away from the U.S. Airforce Museum, Dayton Art Institute and the University of Dayton. Your island oasis in the heart of the Oregon Historic District.Guests of the European Villa, Friuli and Oporto Rooms are able to enjoy the space and classic decor of the first floor living room and dining room. This space may also be rented for bridal or baby showers, as well as private parties of up to 20 people.
Inn Port Guest House
- Offering tropically-themed accommodations
- The Maui Suite
- The Caribbean Villa
- Located across from Newcom Park
- 137-139 Brown Street Dayton, Ohio 45402
Inn Port D' Vino
- Lodging with a “wine destination” theme, all with private bath
- The Champagne Suite
- The European Villa
- And the newly added Deaf Monty's Wine Bar and retail shop
- Off-street parking available onsite
- 22 Brown Street Dayton, Ohio 45402
- Your European retreat in the heart of the Oregon Historic District
Great reasons to come to Dayton First Friday in the Oregon Arts District:
On the First Friday of every month
Take a stroll through the neighborhood and enjoy the creativity abound, as the art galleries are open from 5-10pm for your browsing pleasure.
Every Tuesday Night
At 7-10pm, show off your smarts Tuesdays during live trivia at the Oregon Express, 336 E. Fifth St. It's free and there are prizes at stake! Enjoy specialty pizzas at a 25% discount.
Offers events year-round from November through March: University of Dayton Flyers Basketball. Catch a home game of the pre-season Top 25 ranked Flyers. Call 937-229-4433 for tickets.
Events in our downtown area may be found at www.downtown-dayton.com Traveling for business? Ask about our corporate, per diem, and extended stay rates. Two great places to stay when you do.
Things To Do
Things to do within walking distance
Oregon Arts District
This is the place you come to peruse art, sip a latte while reading poetry, watch a film with subtitles, argue politics over a pitcher of beer, sway to live jazz, cry with laughter at a comedy club. Feed your passion for antiques and vintage merchandise or purchase cutting-edge art. Get in shape with the power of martial arts or the grace of yoga.
Dayton Dragons Baseball (April through September)
5/3 Field on 1st Street
Enjoy baseball the way it is meant to be experienced by spending a day or evening with the Dayton Dragons. The Dragons are the Single A farm team of the Cincinnati Reds organization. Games draw 8000+ fans on a regular basis, but a few tickets are always available the day of the game.
Wiley's Comedy Niteclub
101 Pine St.
Dayton, OH 45402
Enjoy live comedy Thursday through Sunday nights. Headliners at Wiley's have appeared on the Bob & Tom Show, Comedy Central, The Tonight Show and HBO. Reservations recommended.
The Packard Museum
420 S. Ludlow St.
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Phone: 937.226-1710America's Packard Museum is the world's only restored Packard Dealership operating as a museum, and only full-time museum dedicated exclusively to the Packard Motor Car Company, it's products and philosophies.
Formerly Van Cleve Park, this popular park, found along the Great Miami River in the heart of Downtown Dayton, is a hub of activities for all ages — from concerts to laser light and music shows, to pedal boats and even outdoor ice skating in winter. Beautiful floral plantings, hanging baskets, and fountains make RiverScape the Miami Valley’s favorite gathering place.
The Schuster Center
Corner of Main St. and 2nd St.
Ticket Sales or Show Information :(937) 228-3630
The Schuster Center educates and enriches lives by providing a world-class facility for the best in local, national and international performing artists. Dayton Opera and the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra call the Schuster Center home, and it also showcases the latest Broadway blockbusters. Additionally, a variety of local performing arts treasures, such as the Dayton Ballet, will also make use of the facilities.
Second Street Public Market (open Thursday through Saturday)
2nd Street at Webster
Located in Downtown Dayton, this unique public market will tantalize your senses with over 50 local farm, floral, food and gift vendors.
138 N. Main St
Victoria Theatre is home to many Dayton arts organizations including Dayton Ballet, Dayton Contemporary Dance Company (DCDC), Dayton Philharmonic's Chamber Series and The Muse Machine. The Victoria also plays host to the summer film series "Ultra Cool Films," featuring all-time classic movies on the big screen.
Things to do worth a short drive
Boonshoft Museum of Discovery
2600 DeWeese Parkway
2301 West River Road
The Boonshoft Museum of Discovery is based on the understanding that science is the process through which we come to understand our world, and that play is the way children do science. Thus, we are a place where play and learning come together so that visitors of all ages can explore the wonders of the world. The Museum includes a host of places for adventure - - That Kid's Playce, the Hall of the Universe, the Caryl D. Philips Space Theater Oscar Boonshoft Science Central, EcoTrek, the Mead TreeHouse, Bieser Discovery Center, Charles E. Exley, Jr. Wild Ohio Zoo, and two galleries for temporary exhibits.
Our sister site, SunWatch Indian Village, brings to life the 900 year old Fort Ancient culture. Here visitors of all ages can experience the daily lives of these members of Dayton's first neighborhood.
1000 Carrillon Blvd (off Patterson Blvd)
A 65-acre outdoor museum with 20 historic exhibit buildings, and the site of the 57-bell Deeds Carillon. Also exhibits the 1905 Wright Flyer III, the world's first practical airplane.
Dayton Art Institute
456 Belmonte Park North
Dayton, OH 45406–4700
Located about 10 minutes from Inn Port, DAI receives exciting exhibits from around the world. Past exhibits have included Treasures of Ancient Egypt, Chihuly Glass and the "Diana" exhibit.
Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park
Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park commemorates the work of Orville and Wilbur Wright in the Dayton, Ohio, area where the brothers lived and worked, as well as the life and work of poet Paul Laurence Dunbar. Historic sites at the park include the building which housed the Wright Cycle Company and Wright and Wright Printing; Huffman Prairie Flying Field; the 1905 biplane, Wright Flyer III; and the Paul Laurence Dunbar State Memorial.
Lincoln Park Boulevard
Just down the road in Kettering, some of the biggest names in musical entertainment make a stop in the Miami Valley during the summer months. The Fraze also plays host to numerous free events and festivals throughout the summer.
National Museum of the United States Air Force
Located just 15 minutes away via US 35 and I-675, Dayton is proud to be the home of the world's oldest and largest aviation museum. Open 9am-5pm daily (admission is free), with over 300 aircraft and missiles on display, you will want to dedicate an entire day to see it.
University of Dayton
Campus operator: 937-229-1000
As proud alums of UD, Jeff and I can't leave them off the list. This Catholic university was founded by the Marianists in 1850 and is attended annually by over 10,000 students, approximately 6,500 of whom are undergraduates. Whether you are coming for a college visit, want to pick up a souvenir sweatshirt or go to a basketball game at UD Arena, a visit to the campus of the University of Dayton and its surrounding area is time well spent.
The Maui Suite is a "dog friendly" unit for non-shedding dogs and their owners (small daily fee). Please advise us at the time of reservation if you are traveling with a canine companion.
If you live in or are familiar with the Dayton area, don’t be fooled by our address. There are 2 different "Brown Streets" in the city of Dayton. We are NOT located on the Brown St. that borders the University of Dayton or NCR. Our Brown St. is in the Oregon District, off 5th St. At one time Brown St. was one entire street, but it is now divided into 2 parts by US 35.
From the Dayton Airport
Exit the airport and take I-70 east to Dayton. You will then take I-75 south toward Dayton.
Take I-75 to US 35 east. You will stay on US 35 for a very short time when you come upon the Jefferson/Main St. exit. Take this exit and get into the right lane. Turn right at the light at the base of the exit and stay in the right lane. The first street you can turn right onto is Green St. Turn right on Green and remain on it for 2 blocks. The first street you can turn right or left onto is Brown St. Turn left. Inn Port is the first house on your left. You may park on the right side of the street in front of the park.
From University of Dayton
Take Brown Street north toward downtown. You will go under the U.S. 35 overpass and through a major intersection/set of traffic lights. You will make an immediate right turn onto the next street (Green St--there is actually a white arrow painted on the ground right by the turn) . Stay on Green for until you reach a stop sign (this is our Brown St.) Make a left turn onto Brown. Inn Port is the first house on the left. You may park on the right side of the street in front of the park.
From within the Dayton area (suburban driving)
Take Wayne Ave. toward downtown. Turn left on Cass St. (there is an Easterling Photo Studio on that corner). Cass will appear to dead-end into a mustard yellow house. Make a slight jog to the left and continue ahead on what is called Green St. Stay on Green for 1 block until you reach Brown St. Make a right turn. Inn Port is the first house on the left. You may park on the right side of the street in front of the park.
From downtown Dayton
Take Main St. to 5th St. Turn east on 5th St. You will be greeted by a painted bridge that says "Oregon District." After you go under that bridge, Brown St. is the first street you can turn right onto. Between the hours of 6am and 6pm you may turn right onto Brown St. Inn Port is 2 blocks down on the right side of the street across from the park. You may park on the street in front of the brick building, past Inn Port and the alley, or you may turn around and park on the other side of the street in front of the park.
Directions to Inn Port D'Vino
Take I-75 to US 35 east. You will stay on US 35 for a very short time when you come upon the Jefferson/Main St. exit. Take this exit and get into the right lane. Turn right at the light at the base of the exit and stay in the right lane. The first street you can turn right onto is Green St. Turn right on Green and remain on it for 2 blocks. The first stop sign is Brown St. Turn left. Inn Port D’Vino is located 2 blocks down on the right at 22 Brown St. Off-street parking is available for you there in our lot, which is accessed via the one-way alley preceding the building.
From University of Dayton
Take Brown Street north toward downtown. You will go under the U.S. 35 overpass and through a major intersection/set of traffic lights. You will make an immediate right turn onto the next street (Green St--there is actually a white arrow painted on the ground right by the turn) . Stay on Green for until you reach a stop sign (this is our Brown St.) Make a left turn onto Brown. Inn Port D’Vino is located 2 blocks down on the right at 22 Brown St. Off-street parking is available for you there.
From within the Dayton area (suburban driving)
Take Wayne Ave. toward downtown. Turn left on Cass St. (there is an Easterling Photo Studio on that corner). Cass will appear to dead-end into a mustard yellow house. Make a slight jog to the left and continue ahead on what is called Green St. Stay on Green for 1 block until you reach Brown St. Make a right turn. Inn Port D’Vino is located 2 blocks down on the right at 22 Brown St. Off-street parking is available for you there.
From downtown Dayton
Take Main St. to 5th St. Turn east on 5th St. You will be greeted by a painted bridge that says "Oregon District." After you go under that bridge, Brown St. is the first street you can turn right onto. Inn Port D’ Vino is the historic-looking building located at 22 Brown St.—immediately on your left. Off-street parking is available for you there.