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The Little Village Inn is a family operated motel in Berlin, offering a quiet atmosphere, friendly conversation, and personal service. It is located on route 15 in central Connecticut just south of route 9 junction. A perfect blend of gracious hospitality and exceptional service is offered. The Inn offers rooms that have comfortable, spacious suites, full kitchens, hot tubs available in various rooms, and it's in a home-like setting.

Golf courses, restaurants, theaters, Dinosaur State Park, Powder Ridge Ski Resort and other attractions are nearby.

Location: 1401 Berlin Tpke., Berlin Connecticut 06037 Telephone 860-828-6209

Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
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(Branford) Advanced Motel
(Shelton) AmeriSuites Shelton / Corporate Tower
(Stonington) Another Second Penny Inn
(Wethersfield) Atlantic Inn
(Milford) Best Value Inn Milford

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