Rathlin Island Walking Tours
with Paul Quinn
As included in the Ireland edition of Lonely Planet
Home | Rathlin Walks | Causeway Walks | Helpful Info | Gallery | Guestbook | Reviews | Leaders | Booking

Happy hikers… what they say

…for live and lively insights into Rathlin’s environment Paul Quinn is on the website Rathlin Walking Tours.
Lorna Siggins in the IRISH TIMES

Many thanks for an inspirational day… we had a super experience. You are so informative, engaging and enthusiastic. You are a wonderful raconteur… such fun. An experience to recommend.
Una and Bobby Crossey

Many thanks for two walks that combined pleasure, entertainment and information in just the right balance.
Dublin birders on Rathlin

A huge thank you again for all your help with the expedition ship (that) docked off Rathlin Island. Along with showing the guests the magnificent history and nature that Rathlin has to offer, you were very insightful and able to make all the guests as well as crew feel at ease on the island. It is with great comfort I write this letter and know that Excursions Ireland will have no hesitation in using your services in the future.
Lynn Henderson, Operations Manager, Excursions Ireland

Paul was very knowledgeable about the history of the island and was an exceptional guide. Highly recommended.
WiKi Travel review posted by US visitor

Paul Quinn (is) one of those eclectically erudite chaps who can keep you fascinated for hours.
Geoff Hill NEWSLETTER journalist

Paul met us on arrival in the island. First we visited both the churches. With warm and sunny weather, we walked to Ushet where we enjoyed a picnic lunch. Paul had organised tea and scones for the group in the Manor House. All in all, we had a brilliant day. It was such a great day out for our folk that we’ve booked again for next year.
Jim McCarter, Waterside Presbyterian Church.

Recent clients (including some who have returned over the years) include Excursions Ireland, Wayfarers, CitiBank, Mc L and H, Hostelling International, Cornerstone University, Ulster University, British Council, and NI Tourist Board. Others include faith groups, extended families, schools, Cub Scouts and couples.