Visited mid-September 10 -13 and would have loved it to be longer. We had an Inglenook King Balcony room which was spacious and nicely appointed. The balcony was a bit small, but everything was as advertised, including the ocean view. The staff were terrific, the bed was comfortable. Cooked breakfast varied from day to day and was very good. Easy walking along the 805 trail is a real plus, which leads to a nice beach to the north. EV charging was a real bonus with a Tesla destination charger and a unit for other brands as well - book your time with the front desk.
We had a double queen ocean view that was fantastic! There was crashing of the waves as well as a nicely done walking area. Those fearless individuals even went on the rocks down to the water! But the environment made me feel like we were in a beautiful forest with beautiful homes here and there, with flowers blooming everywhere! We're definitely going back! Additionally, the staff are very considerate and helpful.
This lodge is a great place to stay if you want a nice Oregon Coast experience. It is right by the ocean in a cute little town. All you need to do is open your door and listen to the waves crash. The breakfast is great and changes every day. If you venture to the 3rd floor they have a full service spa with a hot tub that faces the ocean which is a great place to unwind from a fun busy day. This place also has a great little walking path that pops you out to a beautiful sand beach( I don't completely recommend going barefoot because you could step on jellyfish, crabs, and other critters).
Very nice comfortable rooms. Very pleasant courteous efficient helpful staff. Wish outside windows could have opened to hear the waves hitting the shoreline. Very nicely done landscaped property. A dinner restaurant for guests(by reservation) would have been a nice touch since they do it for breakfast. Yachats area does not have good eating options and there is no gas station nor grocery in town. Only has a Dollar store with varied hours due to staff shortage. This place is above average.
I had a pretty poor experience at the Overleaf Lodge and Spa. I booked a king room, with a jacuzzi tub for my girlfriends birthday. When we got to the hotel the Jacuzzi tub in our room was broken. They asked if we could stay and let Maintenance in to see if they could fix it, which was inconvenient since it was dinner time but we said ok and waited for a hour while he worked, in the end he couldn't fix it. I asked if they had a different room and they said they could move us to SW facing room which they claimed was the same view, it's not, SW rooms have views of the rest of the hotel, you can barely see the ocean. When I asked about a discount the next day they asked if they could send maintenance to the room again to see if they could fix it, we agreed but they still were not able to fix it. In the end we stayed in the room with a broken Jacuzzi. I had to go to the front desk multiple times over the 2 days we were there and explain the situation to different people each time, eventually someone gave us the rate for a standard king room. For the price of the room I would expect a higher quality. there was a poorly patched hole in the bathroom and the freezer in the mini fridge was absolutely disgusting(see attached photos). I really hate the way they serve breakfast, they only have select items on certain days(no scrambled eggs, bacon or sausage), and the quality reminds me of a discount hotel. In the end, the room was poorly maintained and dirty, the breakfast was awful and I had to speak to the staff multiple times to get a discount that I would call the bare minimum. They sell them selves as a upscale lodge but it just feels like a cheap hotel.