The ideal spot for wallowing in self-pity and gazing into the void.
A platform for vacation rental management Dr Seuss Enterprises has teamed up with Vacasa to provide the ultimate Christmas escape “three thousand feet up, up the side of Mt. Crumpit.”
For a limited time, a reproduction of Dr Seuss’s fan-favourite character — The Grinch from “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” — will be open to the public. The lair is a vast 5,700 square feet (no need to increase three sizes) sprawled across many levels and is located on an isolated acreage outside of Boulder, Utah.
A master bedroom, guest bedroom, study, baths, and music room are all included, along with the Grinch’s organ and Max’s drum equipment.
Every chamber in the lair is decorated according to the Grinch’s preferences. Essentials such as Who-pudding and Who-hash are available in the kitchen. Guests can explore through the cave for hidden surprises such as a green furry pants armoire, a mannequin wearing an in-development Santa outfit, and various Who-contraptions.
Guests will have enough to do while staying at the vacation rental, despite the fact that there is no internet or television, in a typical Grinch manner. Guests can fill their days with jazzercise and world hunger relief (of course…tell no one).
Guests can carve the roast beast at the end of it all. (Seriously. In the kitchen, Vacasa will leave a can of roast beast.)
Limited stays are available from December 13 through December 23. Vacasa’s distinctive amenities, such as guest support and expert cleaning, are included in the rental, which starts at $19.57 per night (in commemoration of the book’s original 1957 release).
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