There are a large variety of facilities available in Broughshane including the Thatch Inn; two storeys, six bay 18th century building with thatch roof. Glenarm has a café at the walled garden (see above) and in Sally’s Café on Toberwine Street in the village. There are public toilets at Broughshane, Slemish mountain and Glenarm village.Getting to the Start
Ballymena is serviced by a rail link between Belfast and Londonderry which has facilities for carrying 4 bicycles except before 9:30 am Monday to Friday. For timetables visit: www.translink.co.uk or phone (028) 9066 6630. The Ecos Centre is clearly signposted from the railway station and from the M2 motorway for those travelling by car.Traffic Information
Usually quiet with occasional slow-moving farm vehicles and delivery lorries.Accessible Facilities
The Ecos Centre is equipped with facilities for the disabled. The steepest section of road is the short road leading to Slemish, going up to 300m. The other hills to Glenarm reach 200m.