Feeling like a grinch? Make your own type of merry a mile above “Who-ville” in a refashioned Grinch dwelling. (Photos courtesy Vacasa/Dr. Seuss Enterprises)
By Jennifer McKee
Looking for a unique holiday experience to round out 2021? Fans of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” can put themselves in the middle of Dr. Seuss’ holiday classic inside a special offering from Vacasa.
Get away from it all and head 3,000 feet up the side of Mt. Crumpit (Boulder, Utah) to a remote hand-carved cave that brings the Grinch’s lair to life.
The 57,000-square-foot, multi-level property has a music room with the Grinch’s organ and Max’s drum set, a study, multiple bedroom’s and a kitchen stocked with an over-the-top coffee machine, Who-hash and roast beast. The main bedroom has an armoire full of furry green pants. And there’s even a special spot for Max.
Bookings open Dec. 3 for stays between Dec. 13-23. The nightly rate is just $19.57, in honor of the book’s original release in 1957. Bookmark a reminder here.