A small market town
sitting high above the River Culm, Cullompton
is rich in orchards which supply produce for
the region’ cider makers.
Several buildings date to the 17th century despite a fire that swept away much of the town in 1839.
Nearby, Coldharbour Mill
Working Wool Museum was built in the late 18th
Powered both by a waterwheel and a steam engine, it has been transformed into a unique museum.