The tomb chamber is lit by windows on its north and east.
The main room was a marble cathedral draped in heavy red velvet and lit by oversized windows placed ten feet apart.
The refectory is a room over 100 ft. long and lit by graceful windows of the same period.
It was a large room, long and graciously proportioned, lit by huge casement windows all down one side.
It will be painted white and lighted in part by original clerestory windows lining each side of the roof.
The room was small and dimly lighted by windows high in the wall opposite the door.
The present castle consists of a very robust square keep, lit by mullioned windows.
The ground floor contained the hall which is 12.8m by 6.7m and lit by large windows with built-in stone seats.
It was not, exactly, a dungeon; the room on the other side was quite airy and well lit by several large but high windows.
Beyond, there was another corridor, at least sixty feet long, dimly lit by small windows set into the doors which ran along either side.