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February 20, 2024

Home House – London’s most iconic private members club

Located in the heart of Marylebone and just minutes away from Hyde Park, Home House, London’s most iconic private members club, provides the ideal setting to escape everyday life and unwind in opulent surroundings. Set across three stunning Georgian townhouses, this exceptional London palace flaunts the marks of eccentric tales, setting the scene for a staycation like no other. This winter, Home House members club celebrates its 25th anniversary and over 250 years of extraordinary heritage.

A shrine to hedonism in the centre of London, Home House was originally commissioned by Lady Home as a sophisticated palace designed purely for enjoyment to entertain London’s high society of the 18th century. Famous at the time, Lady Home earned the nickname “Queen of Hell” for her “irascible behaviour and lavish parties”. Designed in 1773 by leading architects James Wyatt and Robert Adam, the walls that were home to many famous personalities throughout the years still host a collection of colourful characters and individuals today.

The 23 bedrooms and suites at Home House, named after the house’s intriguing guests, including Earl (Charles) Grey and Anthony Blunt, are luxuriously spacious and retain their 18th-century style of capaciousness. Each room enjoys an alluring anecdote; The deep red marble in Lady Islington’s bathroom on the second floor of the House comes from the same stone as that was used in the star inlay on the floor in the centre of the dome in St. Paul’s Cathedral, London. The bath found in the Duke of Atholl’s suite on the third floor was made for His Highness Say Aji Rao III, Maharajah Gaekwad of Baroda (1863-1939).

During the time of their stay, bedroom guests will have access to the club’s exceptional range of facilities including restaurants, bars, an exclusive nightclub (The Vaults) which can be hired for private events, the garden, a cigar lounge, a boardroom, a gym, as well as a thriving calendar of exclusive members’ events.

Members’ rates start from £225 and non-members rates from £275 per night for a Club Room. Reservations can be made via email here.

Home House London Dry Gin

It’s an exceptionally exciting time for the club, as Home House now has its very own London Dry Gin. Inspired by the Countess of Home’s favourite drink, the club has partnered with award-winning luxury Gin distillery Oro, based in Lockerbie, Scotland, to create a unique spirit that captures the extraordinary heritage and epicurean essence of Home House. The Gin has already been awarded a Master medal and a gold medal at The Global Spirits Masters, a gold medal in the European Spirits Challenge, a silver medal at the World Gin Awards and a bronze at the IWSC Awards.

Stories of Lady Home’s international travels and adventures inspire the Home House London Dry Gin, taking botanicals from around the globe that are rather unique in gin production. Home House’s General Manager Giuseppe De Wilde and his team worked very closely with Oro’s head distiller Ray Clynick, creating experimental flavour profiles in their lab for tastings, carefully refining and re-designing the spirit until reaching the desired flavour profile.

During its exclusive launch phase, the Home House London Dry Gin is available for purchase by members only via the Home House website and via the club’s front desk, priced at £42.50

T: 020 7670 2000
A: 20 Portman Square, London W1H 6LW
W: Home House

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