Dr. Seuss Enterprises is teaming up with Vacasa, North America’s leading vacation rental management platform, to create the Grinch’s famous cave. The story of How the Grinch Stole Christmas! will be brought to life for a limited time, giving holidaymakers the chance to experience the Grinch and his dog Max’s home like never before.
Travellers can book the Grinch’s infamous cave (located “Three thousand feet up, Up the side of Mt. Crumpit”) on Vacasa.com starting from 3 December for stays leading up to the Christmas holiday from Dec. 13–23. The cave is set just outside Boulder, Utah, on a beautiful, remote property. The nightly rate for a stay will be $19.57* in honour of the book’s original release in 1957.
The Grinch’s rocky residence is within a hand-carved cave on the side of a mountain. Designers have decked the halls of this multi-level 5,700 square-foot lair with everything a Grinch fan could imagine: there’s a kitchen stocked with roastable beast, Who-pudding, and an emergency stash of Who-hash. A music room includes the Grinch’s organ alongside Max’s drum set leading into the study, main bedroom, guest bedroom, and more. Everywhere they go, visitors will be completely immersed in the world of the Grinch. Even more, the house is outfitted with all of Grinch’s gadgets; his over-the-top coffee machine, armoire with green furry pants, and all the kitchen supplies one would need to host a festive FEAST! FEAST! FEAST!
True to the much-loved Dr. Seuss tale, the cave will have all the details that make the Grinch’s Mt. Crumpit home so iconic. When asked why he won’t be at the cave to greet visitors, the Grinch commented, “I just don’t really want to. Now go away.”
Grinch fans staying at the Grinch’s cave will have the added benefit of Vacasa’s 24/7 guest support and elevated home care. Just like every other Vacasa vacation rental, the Grinch’s cave will be professionally cleaned and cared for by a dedicated local team, so guests can pack up their snoof, and their tringlers and fuzzles and enjoy a worry-free stay.
Interested visitors are encouraged to visit vacasa.com/Grinch for a 3D tour of the cave, and to mark their calendars for booking release times—the limited stays are expected to fill immediately.
*$19.57 nightly rate does not include local lodging tax.