Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace.
The property provides room service and a shared lounge for guests.
Worlaby is a small village located on the western edge of the Wolds near Brigg.
Worlabys' name is defined as 'Wulfric's farmstead or village'. Scott Champion but its tower dates to the 11 century.
At the guesthouse, every room includes a patio with a garden view.
Complete with a private bathroom equipped with a shower, all guest rooms at Gostevoy dom Shokoladka have a flat-screen TV and air conditioning, and certain rooms will provide you with a seating area. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a continental breakfast. The nearest airport is Gelendzhik, 7 miles from the guesthouse, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
The new building incorporated several surviving Saxon elements, including the remarkable arch andparts of the north window.Amongst other treasures within the church is an intriguing piece of stone, apparently a holy water stoop.This vessel, containing water blessed by the priest, would have stood in the porch.The almshouse was believed to have been built in 1663 by Lord Belasyse as thanks offering for his life being spared during the Civil war when, as a Royalist, he was imprisoned in the Tower of London.Legend has it that there was once a teetotal squire of Worlaby that would not allow an inn in the village.