An Event to Remember

The Estate at Paeonian Station is home to a wealth of fantastic amenities you and your guests are sure to love. Our beautiful grounds allow you to walk around and explore several historical features in the area, such as the old post office from the 1800s, which is still active and operating today. 

Another historical feature is the main spring that feeds our pond and then continues to run through Paeonian Springs. The spring is located toward the southwest corner of the property. (The designated area is landmarked and has a gazebo structure covering the natural spring). 

The old Clarks Gap railroad shelter, that is made from the original wood which was once the Paeonian Springs station, is directly adjacent to our driveway, right along the W & OD trail.

The Little Extras

The hosts at The Estate at Paeonian Station also provide a great range of convenient amenities to help make your next event or occasion as enjoyable as possible. These include:


In-house coordinator

On-site parking



External bathrooms


Customizable packages

We truly are your one-stop-shop venue. Count on our experienced team to handle every aspect of your event, including finding and coordinating with additional vendors. If you have any questions or would like to discuss your next event at The Estate at Paeonian Station, don’t hesitate to contact us to arrange for your no-obligation, free consultation.

We were married here, October 12, 2019. We immediately fell in love with The Estate at Paeonian Station. So rustic, so quaint, so comfortable, so right ….. Thank you for everything you have done for us and letting us come back to enjoy the beautiful scenery and your loving friendship. XO — Sandra and Carl , Scranton PA
– Sandra R
Amazing, We got so lucky! This was an awesome find… incredible food, great scenery, private lake area and you also get a staff and a wedding coordinator who is absolutely out of this world amazing. I was blown away by the property and owner’s kindness ….. plan on returning for our anniversary next year.
– Cassy