Home House information

This is strictly members only. You will not get in unless you're a member or are accompanied by a member.

Home House is a private palace originally built in 1771 and decorated by Robert Adam. It is devoted to the art of entertainment and fine cooking and now has 18 lavish bedrooms decorated in the classic style of the 18th century. The old servants quarters at the palace have been turned into a health spa.

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Home House reviews

By Ray W.

Their gym is pretty cool although the pool(?) is very small. Their upstair bar is pretty good although we have had mixed feeling in the downstairs. Sometime good, sometime not, depends on the day. The building is absolutely beautiful and it's always clean which we like. Food and drink are above average, therefore, overall 3.5 stars...almost 4. I am unsure which is good or bad, however, members of the staff are sometimes unattainable. It's sometimes good because it's private feeling, though.

By Nadeem S.

One of the loveliest places in London. The staff are always welcoming and make your feel at home. The house champagne is very easy to drink too :) along with the burger.

By A.

What a place! I spent New Year's Eve at Home House and it was fantastic! Of course the building is great, but the staff were very good, and the prices where very reasonable.

I was preparing for the worst as Home House is a private members club and it was New Year's Eve, but no, they kept a lid on prices and no doubt that must have contributed to the great atmosphere. I can't wait to be invited back there. Truly a cracking place.

By Knight H.

Home House is filled with 18th century decor and great lighting accented for full-on social-climbing.

The Venue
Home House is a former London abode of the Countess of Home and is exquisitely beautiful and has been lovingly restored to its former glory. A private members club, it attracts a young, aggressive clientele who are there as much to be seen as to see. Designer laptops couple with the latest fashions as people visit, gossip and have meetings. Located in Portman Square, it features four drawing rooms - light and airy with high ceilings and low, uncomfortable furniture - and a ground floor bar with dark leather club chairs and a big fireplace. There is also an outdoor garden space.

The Atmosphere
During the day, the drawing rooms are flooded with light and are welcoming for a coffee or drink. At night, it is much buzzier – at times full of people on the prowl – although it really does vary from day to evening and weeknight to weekend. The bar is much smaller and cozier with a large fireplace and a spectacular back-lit bar. Staff are generally efficient.

The Food
Food is available at Home House in the form of sandwiches and burgers. Quality is good, but be warned, the prices are high.

The Drink
Teas and coffees at Home House come with a plate of tasty cookies. They have an extensive cocktail list, as well as a well-stocked cellar of wine and Champagne. Prices are what you would expect from a private members club in such ornate surroundings.

The Last Word
Home House is one of the most beautiful clubs in London – but it knows it. People have attitude to burn. You will need to go with a member, or join yourself – that is if you pass the membership committee. Get someone to take you for a drink just to see the stunning premises.

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