The Simon's Town Country Club is featured in the
book "Paths to Pubs: A Guide to Hikes and Pints in the Cape
The book describes 72 trails that traverse Table Mountain, the rocky headlands of Cape Point, and the mountains, ridges, beaches and forests of Constantia and the villages that hug the peninsular coastline.
Best of all, however, there’s a chapter presenting 33 favoured watering holes where weary hikers can wet their whistles after they have worked up a sweat. The carefully selected pubs have been rated according to atmosphere, value and quality of food, and useful icons illustrate where there are views or sports viewing facilities.
Quoting from the book about the club, the bar and Jacky's restuarant:
Jacky’s is situated at Simon’s Town Country Club. Visitors are welcomed by the friendly staff even if they don’t play golf or bowls, just sign in before you order. It is situated alongside Boulders National Park, famous for its penguin colony. It overlooks False Bay and offers an un-crowded ten-hole golf course and beautiful sea and mountain views. Pub lunches and drinks are inexpensive and staff and members are very friendly and relaxed. Take a visit and see why they are regarded by many as the best-kept secret in the Cape Peninsula.
Atmosphere and Ambience: Very pleasant. Prices: Excellent View: Excellent