Real-life Grinch cave quickly books up ahead of Christmas

Vacasa teamed up with Dr. Seuss Enterprises to bring the Grinch cave to life in Boulder

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You’d have to be a real Grinch not to enjoy your stay at this cave

Dr. Seuss Enterprises worked with vacation rental management company Vacasa to create a real-life version of the Grinch’s cave. The vacation spot, located in Boulder, Utah, was available for bookings through the Vacasa website. Vacasa recently updated its site to reveal "stays were snatched up fast" and that the cave is now fully booked.

Stays at the Grinch cave will cost $19.57 a night, which is a reference to the year that the book was first published.

Stays at the Grinch cave will cost $19.57 a night, which is a reference to the year that the book was first published. (Vacasa/Dr. Seuss Enterprises)

The residence is a 5,700-square-foot "lair" that sits inside a hand-carved cave. It comes with a kitchen, a music room, two bedrooms and more. Each room is designed to look like the infamous character’s home from the popular children’s Christmas story.

The residence is a 5,700-square-foot "lair" that sits inside a hand-carved cave.

The residence is a 5,700-square-foot "lair" that sits inside a hand-carved cave. (Vacasa/Dr. Seuss Enterprises)

According to Vacasa, the cave comes with a note from the Grinch that explains, "I myself, unlike every other Who, am getting out of town this year—far away from all the holiday hoopla with its fanatical, fantastical fa la la la la, la la la la-ing. Am I stealing Christmas again? Maybe. Am I visiting my Florida beach home? Don’t worry about it."

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The Grinch cave comes with a kitchen, a music room, two bedrooms and more.

The Grinch cave comes with a kitchen, a music room, two bedrooms and more. (Vacasa/Dr. Seuss Enterprises)

The story continues to state that while he is gone, the Grinch is letting people stay in his cave.

"That’s right," the note continues, "the legendary rocky residence of the world’s most famous Who-villain can be your very own holiday hideaway. The halls of my entire cave are decked with all my favorite things—and Max’s, too, of course. Vacasa will take care of everything (because I have no interest or time for that)."

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Dr. Seuss Enterprises worked with vacation rental management company Vacasa to create a real-life version of the Grinch’s cave.

Dr. Seuss Enterprises worked with vacation rental management company Vacasa to create a real-life version of the Grinch’s cave. (Vacasa/Dr. Seuss Enterprises)

Stays at the Grinch cave cost $19.57 a night, which is a reference to the year that the book was first published. Vacasa's site reports that even though the stays have sold out, you can still take a virtual tour of the Grinch's lair.