The world number four team, the Netherlands looked too powerful from the start, with Marieke de Ruijter and Djoke van Marum scoring to help them to a 25-13 win in the first set.
Great Britain took an early lead in the second set, but they were soon pulled back by the Netherlands, who were able to easily maintain their lead to take the set 25-12.
Britain looked a little stronger again at the start of set three, but the Netherlands' ruthless play did not let up. They managed to shut down the match at 25-15 to take it in straight sets.
After the match, Netherlands coach Michiel de Ruijter said of the atmosphere in the arena: 'It was a challenge for the team to play in this environment because there was such strong support for Great Britain, but we had some Dutch supporters here too.'
Netherlands remain unbeaten after two matches, and face Ukraine in their next match on Sunday.
Marieke de Ruijter expects a hard match, adding: 'It will be tough so we are going to make a special plan tonight to get more chances of beating them. The extra preparation should be enough to win.'