Inn Port Lodging, 22 Brown Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402 | (937) 224-7678
Check-in: 4-8pm | Check-out: by noon
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 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.