The quaint port town of Hook of Holland is the perfect start to a Dutch adventure in Rotterdam or The Hague.
With two daily ferries from Harwich, travelsupermarket.com offers cheap, frequent and convenient services to the Netherlands and the continent. On the north bank of the Neiwe Waterweg, the Hook of Holland's harbour has long been an important asset for the Rotterdam area. Its quick transfer times and close proximity to some of the Netherlands most important sites make it a perfect landing point for any visitor. Thanks to travelsupermarket.com's ferry comparison channel you can compare prices on all cheap ferry routes between the UK and continental Europe.
Although known as a transit point rather than a destination, Hook of Holland's coast is fringed by many golden beaches and green leafy parks that remain undiscovered by most tourists. Regular trains serve both Rotterdam and The Hague in less than an hour, whilst the A20 offers a swift route in the Netherlands interior.
As the recipient port of many thousands of people travelling between England and the Netherlands every year the Hook offers a modern and relaxing service:
Stena Line ferries operate two sailings every day, with each taking around seven and a half hours to reach their destination from the ferry port of Harwich in Essex.
The Hook of Holland is situated on Holland's North Sea coast, 30km west of Rotterdam connected via the E25 and 25km south of The Hague via the E30. The `Haven' railway station, next to the port allows for a swift transfer to the city centre.
As a relatively small but modern port Hook of Holland offers a limited number of facilities including: