Berlin is located in Hartford County in between New Britain and Middletown on Highway 9. Berlin is part of the Hartford, Connecticut metro area.
The first settler to come to Berlin was Sergeant Richard Beckley, who bought 300 acres from Chief Tarramuggus of the Mattabasset Indian Tribe in 1659. More settlers would arrive to what was called The Great Swamp Society, which in 1785 would be incorporated and renamed Berlin after the city in Germany.
Visitors to this historic town will find Silver Lake nearby and Hart Pond. Also nearby you will find the state capitol Hartford were there is shopping, and tours of historic homes and buildings such as Harriet Beecher Stowe Center and the Mark Twain House.
Accommodations in Berlin include Berlin Motor Inn, Johnson's Motel and Kenilworth Motel.Click for more details, including other accommodations in the area, as well as online reservations.