There was no church in Zlatníky. The inhabitants buried their dead in the cemetery in Malé Hosty. In the 18th century, however, a bell tower was built in the village, and probably a local cemetery was established at the same time. The bell tower had a wooden log construction, covered with a pyramidal roof. The bell in it, dated 1739, was cast in Bratislava by the well-known bell-ringer Ján Christelli. In 1984, they built a new bell tower according to the old one. The chapel with a rectangular floor plan and a folded gable in the facade stood in the cemetery in the 19th century.