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Christmas is right around the corner and so are the decorations, family gatherings, and sipping on cups of warm coco while listening to a good ol’ classic Christmas story.
Well this year, the classic story of Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas is coming alive more than ever, and here’s how.
In Boulder, Utah, Dr. Seuss Enterprises and a vacation rental management platform called Vacasa has partnered up together to recreate a home rental that looks super similar to the Grinch’s famous cave where he lived in the book near Who-ville.
Designers of the partnership worked together to create a multi-level 5,700 square-foot rocky residence that gives guests the nostalgic feeling of living in the Grinch’s home. The cave home is completely decked out in Who-ville-style furniture and other weird things from the story.
It has a big beautiful library with a massive glass window to see outside and there’s a telescope in there so guests can gaze at the stars from inside the home.
They even designed the funky-looking organ from the book and there are drums and other instruments for guests to enjoy in the living room.
There are two bedrooms, one with a fireplace and one with the Grinch’s sewing station where he made his Santa outfit.
To make guests feel even more engulfed in the experience, there is also an armoire with green furry pants and shoes for them to wear around the house so they look like the Grinch.
The rental’s kitchen is supplied with iconic food items like Roast Beast, Who-Pudding, and an emergency stash of Who-Hash. There is also the over-the-top coffee machine from the movie that’s fun to watch make coffee.
Starting on December 3rd through December 23rd, people will be able to book a stay at Mt. Crumpit Cave on Vacasa.com. Curious people can also take a virtual tour of the place.
The nightly rate to stay there is only $19.57 to honor the year 1957 when the book was released. You can learn more about it in the video below.
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