Hook of Holland Harwich Ferry
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Hook of Holland - HarwichCar + 1Travel: Friday, 17 July 2020from: £100
Hook of Holland Information
The Hook of Holland ferry port is situated near Hoek van Holland Haven Station and is easy to access by following the A20/N20 coming from Rotterdam.
The Hook of Holland is located on the North Sea coast and north bank of the Nieuwe Waterweg ship canal. The Hook of Holland is considered as a Rotterdam district and offers easy access to this cultural city as well as Amsterdam. Whilst these famous cities might be considered the main reason to visit the Hook of Holland, the town itself is home to some fabulous beaches and a relaxing atmosphere.
Harwich is located in Essex on the south east coast of England, and is among the group of ports known as the Haven that are located on the North Sea coast. Harwich is situated in the Tendering district with famous places such as Ipswich and Colchester nearby. Harwich's position on the estuaries of the Orwell and Stour rivers, and its usefulness as the only safe anchorage between the Thames and Humber rivers mean that the town has had a long history of maritime significance, for both civil and military shipping.
In 1657 Harwich port was converted to a naval base and became heavily fortified, with the Harwich Redoubt and Beacon Hill Battery, the Redoubt still remains today and is open for visitors to explore. Along with this, the old part of the town which is now a conservation area with a number of historical buildings is well worth a visit whilst in Harwich.
29 Feb 2020First time with Stena Line.
My journey went smooth from the start as i checked in. All the ferry staff were smart and very friendly, always there when i needed help or information. My cabin was clean and tidy. I was always informed of shop closing times and last orders. I also got a wake up call for breakfast. Overall my journey was very good,
Review by JOHN SUFFOLK
23 Dec 2019Best
I was upgraded to Captain's choice cabin,for no more money!!!! I felt like a millionaire for the crossing, absolutely fantastic i will always use ferrysavers on all my trips very simple to book and best prices available, thanks for making the journey memorable.
Review by ALAN EASTWOOD
11 Oct 2019Betty on tour
Everything was good. The cabin was very good and food sensibly priced.
Review by Anon
03 Oct 2019Every ship has got one.
A nice crossing slightly spoilt by rude comments from the little puff in the gift shop.
Review by ROB AYLOTT
27 Sep 2019Home Trip
In general it was a good trip. Cabin was very comfortable which allowed sleep. It was exactly what was expected. Good job as always.
Review by MALCOLM PARNHAM