Epona gives her name to an Ysan inn, Epona's Horse:
the taproom is like "...a snug cave..." -Poul and Karen Anderson, Dahut, Chapter VII, section 1, p. 368;
a hypocaust warms its tiled floor;
kitchen odors sweeten the stench of tallow candles and blubber lamps;
there are vivid murals;
there is a wide choice of drinks and good food;
furniture is plain and heavy but well made;
the landlord's four large sons keep order;
this inn is frequented by Ysan commoners and moderately prosperous foreigners like Niall from Hivernia who drinks with the fisher captain, Maeloch.
Outside is rain, sleet, wind and Ocean roar. Hooting gale rattles shutters. A stormy year - and more pathetic fallacy because the reader knows that Niall spies in order to bring about the, to us legendary, inundation of Ys.