You can now stay in the GRINCH’S CAVE for Christmas – and it comes complete with an organ and Whoville snacks

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Is you’re a fan of the Grinch, we’ve got great news – you can now stay in the grouchy creature’s cave this Christmas.

It will require a flight across the pond though, with the festive getaway located in a remote cave, high up a mountain, in Boulder, Utah.

Pictured: Some of the Grinch themed food available at the cave

Inside the 5,700 ft lair guests can explore a myriad of rooms, all with a nod to the green character’s original home, including a recreation of the famous music room – complete with the Grinch’s organ and dog Max’s drum set.

There’s also a main bedroom, a guest bedroom, a study and several bathrooms.

Meanwhile in the kitchen, you’ll find essentials including roast beast, Who-pudding and Who-hash.

Guests can also rummage throughout the house to find an array of Grinch gadgets, including his over-the-top coffee machine and Who-contraptions.

And in true recluse Grinch fashion, there is no internet or TV.

The rocky residence, hand-carved on the side of a massive stone mountain just north of Whoville, will be available to rent between 13-23 December.

Pictured: Bedroom inside the Grinch Cave

It’s a pretty cheap stay too at $19.57 (£14.78) a night, with the price a nod to the book’s original release in 1957.

The festive space has been launched by US home rental platform Vacasa in partnership with Dr Seuss Enterprises.

Can’t get yourself over to North America? You can explore the Grinch’s house through a 3D tour on the website.

In other news, have you checked out the sustainable off grid dome house!