In 1773 Elizabeth, Countess of Home, commissioned a new building in London’s Portman Square. It was to be a “Palace of Pleasure”: the high-water mark of gracious party giving. In the hands of James Wyatt and Robert Adam, architectural superstars of their day, this dazzling fantasy took shape. Elegant neo-classical proportions, sumptuous décor and the most dramatic staircase in London – the Countess certainly knew how to make an entrance. Today, more than two centuries later, Home House has maintained its rightful place among the finest entertaining venues in the world. This is eighteenth century elegance reinvented with flair and sensitivity, creating a unique atmosphere of timeless, laid-back luxury for your special event. Exclusive rooms that can be adjusted to your every need, to sumptuous gardens to host the ultimate al-fresco experience, Home House has it all; and all right on the doorstep of W1.