FIREFIGHTERS spent three hours battling a barn fire at a Pembrokeshire farm in the early hours.

The fire broke out shortly after 3am today (Tuesday) in an outbuilding on the outskirts of Saundersfoot.

Crews from Tenby, Narberth and Haverfordwest fought against the flames for several hours in poor weather conditions, thankfully bringing it under control before it spread to the main house and nearby cars.

Images shared on Twitter by fire officer Craig Thomas show the building well alight.

A spokesman for Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service said: “We received a call at 3.10am on Tuesday to reports of a fire in Devonshire Road, Saundersfoot.

“An outbuilding was well alight and it was extinguished with the use of hose reel jets, breathing apparatuses and a thermal imaging camera.

“We had two appliances from Tenby, one from Narberth and a water bowser from Haverfordwest in attendance.”

Firefighters left the scene shortly before 6am and the fire service confirmed that nobody was injured.