A replica of the iconic Grinch cave could be yours for the night
BOULDER, Utah - The Grinch, who lives just north of Whoville, is surprisingly in the holiday spirit this year — and this means he is inviting a few lucky and adventurous groups to his rocky residence.
Dr. Seuss Enterprises, a leading global children’s entertainment company, announced that it is teaming up with Vacasa, North America’s vacation rental management platform, to create a unique experience in the Grinch’s famous cave.
According to Vacasa, the story of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" has been brought to life for a limited time, giving holiday revelers the chance to experience the Grinch and his dog Max’s home.
A look at Grinch's cave, located outside Boulder, Utah (Credit: Vacasa / Dr. Seuss Enterprises)
The cave is set just outside Boulder, Utah, on a remote property (or as the Grinch likes to refer to it: "three thousand feet up, up the side of Mt. Crumpit").
The residence is within a hand-carved cave on the side of a massive stone mountain and features a multi-level 5,700 square foot lair with everything a Grinch fan could imagine: a kitchen stocked with a roastable beast and Who-pudding, a music room with Grinch’s organ and Max’s drum set and more.
Grinch home (Credit: Vacasa / Dr. Seuss Enterprises)
"Everywhere they go, visitors will be completely immersed in the world of the Grinch," the rental management company wrote in its press release.
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In addition, the house is outfitted with all of Grinch's gadgets from his over-the-top coffee machine to his armoire with green furry pants to kitchen supplies to host a feast.
Guests can book the Grinch’s cave on Vacasa.com starting Dec. 3 for stays leading up to the Christmas holiday from Dec. 13 - 23.
The nightly rate for a stay is $19.57 in honor of the book’s original release in 1957.