Hook of Holland Ferries
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Hook of Holland Ferries - Prices from £72
Book a ferry to Hook van Holland with AFerry. Ferries to Hook van Holland, in Holland, are available from England. You can take a ferry to Hook van Holland from Harwich.
Hook van Holland Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Hook van Holland are operated by Stena Line. When you search for a ferry to Hook van Holland, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select.
Hook van Holland ferries with Stena Line are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Hook van Holland will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
About Hook of Holland
Hook of Holland offers a large number of special museums and attractions. You can bathe in the sea, take advantage of the countless options for water sports, enjoy a drink in one of the beach pavilions or restaurants, just stroll through the untouched dunes, visit the Coastal Lighting Museum with a lighthouse built in 1821 or the Dutch Coastal Defence museum - Fort, a former armoured fort in Hook of Holland, built on the Nieuwe Waterweg for the defence of the Rotterdam region.
Ferries to and from Hook of Holland
Stena Line ships have many facilities including lounges, play areas, shops, wi-fi access, bars, cafes and restaurants as well as a choice of comfortable en-suite cabins.
Hook van Holland Port
Hook of Holland is a small town and ferry Port in South Holland in the Netherlands. It is located on the North Sea coast on the north bank of the Nieuwe Waterweg ship canal between the big freight- and ferry port in Rotterdam and the big city of Amsterdam and at 18 km distance from The Hague. There are regular connections to Harwich in England, which can be booked through AFerry.
Hook of Holland port facilities
Facilities at Hook of Holland Ferry Port include a ticket office, a café and disabled access. The nearest petrol station is the Q8 Service Station, which is located on the Dirk van den Burgweg 60. The town centre of Hook of Holland is located within walking distance of the port.
Getting to Hook of Holland
If you are coming from Rotterdam, please follow A20/N20. From Den Haag follow E19/E30. When you have arrived in Hook of Holland, please follow the signs for 'Ferry to Harwich'.
Local train services from Rotterdam and The Hague arrive in front of the Hook of Holland terminal building. Local bus services connect Hook of Holland with The Hague and Delft.
Hook van Holland Map
Stationsweg 10, 3151 HS, The Netherlands
11 Jun 2019Satisfied Traveller
I always enjoy travelling with this company on this route. The process is on the whole easy, quick and painless. I always take a cabin and the quality of the cabin and facilities is certainly adequate and satisfactory. I seldom eat on board, because I don't find the catering to be of a high enough standard to justify the highly inflated prices being demanded. Never mind, this shouldn't detract from the overall impression of it being a very fine service. Perhaps my biggest complaint is in being required to leave my cabin sometimes up to one and half hours before the chance to leave the ship. I feel that having paid for a cabin, one really should have the use of it, until one is able to disembark. A small issue, but one which I can understand with regards the constraints of the turnaround process and the cleaning and preparing of the cabins ready for the next traveller. Keep up the good work, but look again at the catering. Then I might start making use of it.
Review by BOBBI CAROL DAVIES
09 Jun 2019Short trip to Holland
We opted for the overnight crossing out and a day crossing return. Didn't have any problems but I would mention that for anyone with mobility issues the lifts were not easy to find- we met several elderly people on the stairs that were struggling. Food was what you would expect on a ferry or airplane. Would use this route again.
Review by Anon
09 Jun 2019Lovely Cabin
Booked a daytime Captain Class cabin which was worthwhile. TV with English channels along with alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks and snacks. Much easier and more pleasurable than a drive to Dover or Folkestone and would recommend. Ferries from to Harwich were also on time with no long queues for passport control.
Review by Anon
08 Jun 2019Great
I was enjoying my trip and I will do it again soon
Review by ABDUL ROSTAMI
07 Jun 2019good experience
All staff were very helpful ,all facilities were first class , cabin was clean and tidy and up to a good standard.
Review by DAVID GREEN