Commutaria is a village established on the Portsmouth-Waterloo lone past Hastmere, and founded, allegedly, by a remote descendant of the sorcerer Merlin. Commutaria was described by various rail-passengers who have made unscheduled stops there as "the very acme of conviviality." The village have a micro-climate of its own, enjoying weather more predictable and pleasant than elsewhere in Britain.
Commutaria is from Elspeth Ann Macey’s Awayday (1955). Commutaria was built for the weary commuter; whatever she or he wishes for can be found in the village. It was founded by a descendant of Merlin as a way to reward tired commuters, especially on Monday mornings.