You Can Now Stay In The Grinch's Lair At Christmas
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The property - which has been created by rental firm Vacasa - is located in Utah and includes a main bedroom, guest bedroom, study, library, two bathrooms and a music room.
You'll also find the kitchen stocked with Who-pudding, Who-hash and roast beef - it is the Grinch's home after all! And there's even some of the Grinch's belongings, too, including green fur pants and shoes.
But be warned, the Grinch has left some strict instructions about the property - and what you can and can't do.
"Mister Grinch, here. As we are all painfully aware, the most miserable time of the year approaches. Carolling, candy canes, and, of course, that constant, contagious Christmas cheer. Yuck," he says.
"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. Either way, good news for you. While I’m gone, you can stay in my cave.
"...My grotto, located at 1957 Mt. Crumpit Dr., is a multilevel, carved-out cave home with one main bedroom, a guest bedroom, and two fully functional, flushable bathrooms (I’m not an animal, you know).
"Each morning you can enjoy the feeling of waking up on either of the two wrong sides of my bed. You can stand and stare at yourself in the mirror, but whatever you do, please don’t touch my custom tailored Turkish green fur pants, or my green fur shoes, or anything else really."
Vacasa explain the location of the Grinch's cave is remote, so you'll need tot bring food and beverages for the entire stay. They also advise travelling in a car "that’s at least a crossover or larger for the trail leading up Mt. Crumpit. A Prius will definitely not work".
And it's pretty off grid too, with the Grinch explaining that there's no internet or telly.
"I’m a simple Grinch: I read, I play chess, I plan how to ruin Christmas. In other words, I don’t pay for fancy internet or cable," he says.
The property is priced at just $19.57 (£14.59) per night - the year the first Grinch book was released.
You can find more information - and view a 3D tour of the lair - here. Who-ville here we come!