Weddings at the Penn Wells

Locally renown for elegant Wellsboro PA weddings

Long known as the top wedding venue in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, the Penn Wells and the romantically gaslit town of Wellsboro provides a wonderful setting for celebrating a marriage in the shadow of the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. Our classic setting will make any couple feel special on their big day, and our staff will delight in meeting the food and beverage expectations of your treasured guests. Most wedding receptions occur in our Mary Wells Dining Room, where you will be surrounded by both warm and welcoming colors and our photo collection that celebrates the heritage and history of the Wellsboro area – which our wedding couples often say grounds them in the sense of history they are beginning to make together, whether they are holding an intimate reception dinner or a vibrant gathering of up to 200 of their closest friends and relatives.

We offer plated meals or buffet stations, dance floor, bride and groom suite, wedding cakes, large room blocks available for your guests, and much more to make this the most ideal wedding location in the Endless Mountains region. Work with a wedding planner or do it yourself with our helpful staff. We have lots of resources to help Wellsboro area brides plan their perfect wedding. Give us a call at 570-724-2111, or fill out our Information Request Form, and let us help make your day.

To view the dimensions and capacities of our different venues, please visit our Meeting Venues page.

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“You couldn’t ask for a better venue! The food was phenomenal, the atmosphere completely unique, the staff courteous and professional . . . Jackie, our primary contact walked us through everything start to finish . . . The compliments to the hotel, staff, service, and town have been non-stop since the wedding!”

Jared R.

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