Overlooking the 18th green on the Suquamish Tribe’s White Horse Golf Club, the 22,000 square foot Northwest-style clubhouse offers indoor and outdoor spaces with panoramic views of the golf course.
Inside the two-story foyer, stands a 25-foot tall stone fireplace and wood trimmed interiors that extend through the Cedar Ridge Grill and a bar. Pendulum light fixtures dot the interior expanses, where windows open up like walls to the huge west-looking patio. On warm summer evenings, diners and drinkers will spill out from inside, enjoying fires in the built-in pits and watching golfers practicing on the putting green that overlooks the course’s 18th hole.
The Chief Challacum Hall banquet room also features the indoor/outdoor connection, with tall timbered ceilings and dividable room for as many as 250 people.
All golf operations are handled out of the clubhouse including a full-service pro shop.