Renew your spirit at Overleaf Lodge, where every luxurious room overlooks the magnificent Oregon coast. An oceanfront trail meanders from the lodge to beautiful vistas, tidal pools, sandy beaches and hidden coves. Sunsets are framed in your picture window. Appreciate the unique artwork featured throughout the Lodge. Choose from nonsmoking rooms and suites with a balcony, patio or window seat; a kitchenette and/or fireplace; or a whirlpool perched in an ocean view nook. Pamper yourself in their Grand Pacific Suite's two bedrooms and baths, full kitchen and living room with a 3-way fireplace and balcony that offers the best views of the coastline. Overleaf Spa offers a full menu of treatments plus a warm soaking pool with serene ocean views. Spa facilities, an exercise room and a delectable breakfast are included with your room. All of the amenities in a spectacular coastal setting. Escape…Relax…Enjoy…
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TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Pacific Coast Highway Road Trip
Perfect place to experience the Oregon coastline. Beautiful view from our balcony. Cozy with the fireplace. A totally relaxing experience. Next morning, breakfast and a fresh air experience with the surf and tide pools. A great choice for us!
Best beach access
This is a comfortable place with a first-rate breakfast. But the best feature is access to the beach. A paved and gravel path leads to a stairway with rails down to the beach. Very little soft sand to trudge threw. The flat, firm beach seems to go for miles. A bonus this time was a moon lit night with dramatic cloud breaks and a silver sea. The best restaurant in town, Ona, is closed November through January. Too bad.
Not Great But Nothing To Get Excited About
Please note these missing hotel services - no restaurant, no room service, and no fully staffed lobby in this hotel. This would be a 3 star at best in a metropolitan area. It’s higher rated due to location only. My husband actually wanted me to rate this as a 2.5. Best things about this hotel: the view, Laurel at the front desk, the spa staff was pleasant though we did not use their services, and the comfort of the beds. My husband and I stayed in the Grand Pacific Suite for 2 nights checking out on Thanksgiving morning 2018. The view was nice though the chicken wire type balcony fencing detracted from the experience. Maybe a fencing material of higher quality would have changed the aesthetic. The view was still the highlight of the room. This suite is a basic 2 bedroom/2 bathroom suite with a few basic TVs, a pair of comfortable recliners, and a fireplace that is a nice addition The bathrooms seem nicely put together. I did cook a full Thanksgiving meal in the suite and only needed to buy a few cooking tins. We were told when we checked in this room was located behind the library and it would be quiet. Please note, you can hear people above you walking, slamming things, and generally most noise from above. It may be the spa which seemed lovely when we walked through. I can currently hear every step being taken above my head and it’s 8:35am on Thanksgiving morning. We requested a late check out as the hotel staff told us how deserted the hotel is right now. We made one call to the front desk on Wednesday night to ask for a late checkout and were told we would have to call back in the morning. Since no one works the lobby at this hotel between 10pm and 7:30am you can’t actually ask for a late checkout until it’s too late to do any good or even allow you to sleep in. When we called at 8, were granted an extra 30 minutes because the room is rented. The woman working on Wednesday evening and taking our phone call was not pleasant and went out of her way to insert negativity into our intentionally limited interactions. We would love to have loaded the dishes into the dishwasher but with an 11:30am check out being the latest they could manage and no one to answer calls after 10pm or before 7:30am, we had no time to do so. While they advertise a nightly mixer with snacks and wine we were re-educated after checking with the front desk that this has been discontinued until after Thanksgiving. The hot breakfast on Thanksgiving morning was scrambled eggs and reheated, prepackaged tortillas. There were also limited cereals and pastries. This is not a real breakfast as advertised, more light continental. Last thing, my husband and I are listening to some kind of banging above our heads at the moment and it’s not yet 9am on Thanksgiving morning. I suggest other accommodations while traveling this area of the Oregon coast and we regret not staying at the other hotel we intended on originally.
Heather and her staff are warm and welcoming.
Rooms are always clean and comfortable and the setting is perfect. Breakfast is delicious. It's very relaxing with the sound of the waves on the rocks below, and no matter the weather, it's a wonderful place. The 804 trail is right outside the door.
Very pleasant stay, lovely setting
I had an enjoyable stay with my better half here this summer. While we both felt perhaps a bit young at first glance of the other guests, it did not matter. The staff was friendly, the setting was lovely. A nice unwind, watching the waves crash outside from the little nook in the room. We had initially debated on a balcony room vs nook. Were happy with the nook decision as it was quite chilly and windy outside despite being one of the hottest weeks a few days prior in Portland. We enjoyed the walk along the seaside path, following it into Yachats proper both evenings for dinner. A little weaving between roads and property lines, but a nice walk with an interesting variety of cottages, houses, and seaside scenery. Bring a headlamp if you do this walk at night.