The Overleaf Lodge & Spa is a family owned business, and we pride ourselves on making each guest, employee and community member feel at home and comfortable. The Lodge opened in 1997, after being designed and built by our founders and owners, Jerry and Georgia Roslund. But our love for hospitality and service started much earlier. Since it’s opening the Lodge has provided a premier Central Oregon Coast experience to our visitors. For three generations we have worked and lived in the Yachats community and our Lodge is representative of the spirit of this remarkable place.
Located on the cliffs of Yachats overlooking the ocean, the Lodge is a place unlike any other on the Oregon Coast. We offer an unforgettable experience for those looking to get away, relax, refresh and enjoy the beauty of the sea. And, we pride ourselves on providing a cozy and friendly atmosphere, while striving to pamper our guests and give them a vacation experience they won’t soon forget.
The name ‘Overleaf’ was chosen through a happy accident. During the initial construction of the property, Jerry was thumbing through an architectural catalogue when he found a photo of a building he liked and mistakenly thought the architectural style was called ‘Overleaf.’ As it turns out, the term was instructing him to “turn the page” or “overleaf” for more information. Nonetheless, they loved the name and what it came to symbolize for the Lodge: “turning over a new leaf” in life. This is how the Overleaf Lodge & Spa was born.
ORLA Employee Of the Year
We couldn’t be more proud of Heather Tincher–Overholser who has received the exceptional title of Employee of the Year by the Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association.
Heather and her twin sister, Val, have been with us for 21 years. They are the glue that holds our hotels together. The award couldn’t have gone to a better person. She received the award at the annual ORLA Convention on Oct. 8, 2017.