A cave in Utah is available for rent and you don’t have to be a real Grinch to spend your time there, FOX News reported.

The place offers a different take on the vacation this holiday. The special cave based on the most famous Christmas non-believers is a must-see spot for people who love the season.

The real-life version of the Grinch’s cave was made possible through the cooperation of Dr. Seuss Enterprises and vacation rental management company Vacasa. You can book the special sport located in Boulder, Utah through Vacasa’s website.

The man-made cave houses the 5, 700-square foot “lair”. You can enjoy a couple of bedrooms inside, a music room, and even a kitchen. Every room is planned to replicate the known Grinch’s home in the famous children’s Christmas story.

The Grinch also left a note for visitors, Vacasa said. It reads: “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.”

The Grinch allows people to use his cave while he is away, the story continues.

“That’s right,” the note said, “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).”

The book was first published in 1957, thus a stay in the cave will cost $19.57 a night.