Feature Rooms

A step up from our Club Rooms, one of our Feature Rooms not only offers the space and comfort that you would expect, but there is a specific design, feature or story that makes the room more than a little special. Ranging from the stunning original Chinese silk wallpaper in the Patricia Portman room through to the historic significance of the Anthony Blunt room and all that went on there in turbulent Cold War times!
To book please contact reservations@homehouse.co.uk or call 020 7670 2000

Anthony Blunt

Situated on the 3rd floor overlooking the garden, the bedroom has a mahogany bed and relaxing chaise longue. The Victorian bathroom is unusually large with a fabulous double monastery basin ...

Samuel Courtauld

Situated on the 3rd floor of No 20 overlooking Portman Square, the room is a stunning revival of the Art Deco period. The ceiling of the bedroom has been carefully ...

Earl Grey

This really is the golden room. Spacious, airy and decorated in shades of ochre, gilt and pewter, the room feels most regal. Benefitting from an unusually large walk-in closet, there ...

Patricia Portman

Located in the heart of the House adjacent to the grand staircase but with a vista from the second floor across the garden and to the rooftops of Marylebone, the ...

Drury Lowe

Known as the hidden gem of the House due to its location nestled at the rear of No.19, Drury Lowe offers cosy seclusion and Dickensian opulence in equal measure. The ...

Mr Attwick’s

This  spacious bedroom, lounge and bathroom enjoy wonderful south facing views over leafy Portman Square, decorated in shades of light taupe, cornflower blue and cream. Located on the very top ...

The Terrace

The light and airy bedroom enjoys its own private balcony with table and chairs overlooking the chimney pots of Marylebone up to Highgate – perfect for a summertime breakfast-in-bed or ...

Emma

Along with Isobel’s room, it is the ideal mini-apartment for those wanting complete privacy as it exits directly onto the discreet mews of Portman Close. Decorated in a flourish of Edwardian ...

Sir Francis Goldsmid

Lofted in the discreet passages of the first floor of the mews overlooking Portman Close, the Sir Francis Goldsmid bedroom will make you feel like the lord of not just ...