Erected in 1906, this hotel is said to be the first brick commercial building in the city. The Iron Inn is known for a prohibition-era incident, which occurred in February 1920. Here local attorney Martin McDonough challenged the right of federal Prohibition officer A. V. Dalrymple to arrest, without a warrant, people involved in a wine-making operation. This confrontation was part of the eight-day "Rum Rebellion" against federal policies of seizure relating to Prohibition. It resulted in the reaffirmation of due process in Iron County.