Several good points have been made above so I won't repeat them.
I live in the UK and own a car which I drive to Europe several times a year. (your trip in reverse) The first few years I bought lots of extra mirrors (for the rearview mirror, for the side mirror and a wide angle mirror to stick on the side mirror. After a few years (and a few close calls) I didn't need the extra mirrors and took them off. But I did need the eagle eyes of my wife who never thought it appropriate to overtake so I just went for it and dashed back if the way wasn't clear.
Knowing where the centre of the road is remains a fun game.
One thing you will need to be aware of, if your rental company allows the journey, is you will likely have to present the rental car's papers to make the crossing. You will also need to know the number plate of the car to make a reservation, and short notice ferry and Eurotunnel reservations are very expensive - made in advance they are much more reasonable (but still not cheap).
And your rental will have the speedometer in kph. In Britain you need MPH. Important because there are speed cameras everywhere, and some of them are now cunning and measure your average speed. The North Wales police chief has a particular thing about speed limits - and more cameras per mile than anybody else.
It is a requirement that your foreign car be able to adjust the headlights so as to not dazzle or blind oncoming traffic. There are sticky (very sticky and hard to remove the glue) "beambenders" which can be stuck to the headlights. If you use them be aware that they cut down on your vision at night - a lot. Some higher spec newer cars have adjustable angle of attack switches in addition to the weight compensating switch which angles the headlights up and down.
You also need to have the international code for the country the car is registered in on the back of the car (NL for Dutch cars).
Both the beambenders and the international country code stickers need to be removed before turning the car back in. If the glue doesn't come off you risk a damage charge.
First port-of-call though is to ask your rental if you can have permission. If not everything else is of no value.