The unit is named after the two loopholes, which are the remains of the old castle overlooking the internal courtyard.
The separate entrance on the ground floor, in front of the lawn where there is a wonderful century-old oak, after going up two steps, leads you to a spacious living room – kitchen with a small fireplace, a cooker, a fridge and an oven, a six-place table, a TV set and a sitting area furnished with a sofa bed and a small crystal and wrought iron table. Two superb brick arches lead you to the kitchen from where, after going up two steps, you enter a large room with a bedroom, a wardrobe and a chest of drawers. On the left of the bedroom there is a door to enter the bathroom with shower. Going down four steps, and crossing an infilled arch, you arrive at a nice access corridor, leading to the bathroom and the bedroom with a wrought iron double bed.