Located in scenic Highland County, Virginia, this country store building has stood as a local landmark since 1903. Purchased by the Herold family in 1958 and named H & H Cash Store, it serves locals and visitors as a general merchandise and grocery store. The motto of this store is:
Store owner, Mike Herold, and his father, the late Jack Herold, display maple products produced locally. These include:

+ Maple Syrup
+ Maple Candy
+ Maple Fudge

They also sell Buckwheat flour year-round, pure or in mix form.
Gaye Herold displays her famous maple fudge, made from her own recipe and sought after by locals and visitors alike.

H & H Cash Store also offers:
Fishing supplies
Hunting gear
Wood Stove supplies
School supplies
Holiday items
Oil lamp supplies
Glass & screen cutting
Seed potatos, onion       sets, soil (in season)
Bulk candy
Sunflower dishcloths
RADA knives
Pet Products
Canning products
Salt fish
Virginia Lotto             scratch-off tickets
Highland souvenirs
...and much, much more!
While using nephews to retrieve items from the higher shelves is fun for everyone, we actually rely on the now rare grab-alls of yesteryear.

No trip to Highland County would be complete without stepping into the past at
H & H Cash Store, located in the heart of Monterey, across from the courthouse.
"If we don't have it,
you don't need it."
Visit us during the Highland Maple Festival or anytime!
H & H Cash Store
P. O. Box 172
Monterey, VA  24465
Store drawing by David Blanchard, Monterey, Virginia
Web site Copyright H & H Cash Store 2002 all rights reserved
Kenny Herold and Connor.