Firefighters tackled a blaze in an outbuilding at the Red Lyon Pub in Hurley this morning.
Fire investigation officers are at the scene trying to establish what caused the fire which destroyed the shed building at the Henley Road pub at about 4am.
A crew from Maidenhead Fire Station and the town's retained crew were called and used two jets and a hose reel to put out the fire.
It spread from the building and caused damage to the exterior and roof space of a nearby laundry building.
The main pub was not affected.
Both crews left the pub at about 6.30am.
* A crew from Bracknell and Maidenhead station's off-road vehicle also put out a fire in a pick up truck in woods off Downfield Lane in Waltham St Lawrence at about 6am this morning. Arson is suspected.
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