This winter marks 25 years since Home House opened its doors as London’s iconic members club in the heart of Marylebone. Home House has played host to a tapestry of iconic events that have left a mark on London’s culture and society.

To celebrate a quarter-century of escapism, we’re hosting a spectacular lineup of events including a special cocktail masterclass showcasing our Home House London Dry Gin, an evening of stories and scandals with House Dandy Robin Dutt, and a 25th Anniversary New Year’s Eve Ball to top it all off.



“We are thrilled to celebrate the rich history of Home House and its 25-year journey as a private members club. The anniversary events are a reflection of our commitment to excellence, entertainment and the enduring allure of the Home House experience. We invite our members and guests to join us in celebrating this milestone, while we look forward to the next 25 years!” – Andrew Richardson

Home House Private Members Club – The Making of an Icon

After being vacant for nearly a decade, Home House was rescued by Berkley Adam Ltd in 1996, meticulously restored to its former glory and opened as a private members club in 1998. The founders didn’t want ‘any stuffy old members club rules,’ so they created the first club of its kind that didn’t have any rules at all, (other than that nudity is discouraged). Home House private members club was born. The club was acquired in 2004 by a small group of private investors, who remain the owners today.

The investors later purchased the adjacent N° 21 Portman Square with the vision to fuse the old with the new; merging the grandeur and glamour of the existing buildings at 19 and 20, with the modernity and excitement of the newly refurbished House 21. Cutting edge design from Zaha Hadid and polished finishing and detail from Candy and Candy completed the refurbishment in early 2010. Fusing 18th century splendour with 21st century style, House 21 quickly became a firm favourite for members and guests.

Home House won the ‘Members club of the year’ award at the London Lifestyle Awards for the first time in 2014, marking the beginning of a string of victories. The club has since claimed the prestigious award in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2022 and most recently in 2023 for the Home House London Dry Gin.

Established in 2019 as part of the Home House Collection, Home House’s sister club Home Grown is a stylish Private Members Club for high-growth entrepreneurs, investors, and world class business leaders. It offers a space for exclusive and unrivalled access to the brightest minds in London’s thriving business community.

In March 2020, the legendary House 21 was transformed into a masterpiece under the creative vision of Russel Sage Studio, juxtaposing architectural heritage with modern escapism. Celebrating British epicurean heritage with a modern twist, House 21 the club’s new vibe dining destination, featuring sharing style dishes inspired by the Georgian era’s place in history as a platform for new ideas, tastes and boundary-pushing experiences.

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 of Home House. Inspired by Lady Home’s international travels, the Gin is taking botanicals from around the globe that are unique in gin production, such as the rare Lignum Vitae from Jamaica. 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 bronze at the IWSC Awards.

The Home House Collection is the first private members club group to be awarded the globally respected sustainability certification The Butterfly Mark, marking an important step towards a more sustainable future in the hospitality industry. Home House switched to 100% renewable electricity in 2022 and has set up further ambitious climate targets such as reducing gas usage by 10% and electricity usage by 10% year on year, to achieve net zero and to help tackle global warming. From sustainable supplier sourcing to supporting local community programmes, the clubs will continue to make improvements to help foster a sustainable future.

Marking the completion of the club’s digital transformation, Home House introduced its brand-new Member Portal and Home House APP in 2023. Members can now manage their membership from one place, from booking tables and members’ events to gym classes and personal training sessions.