We loved Anarita. It was a winter holiday so we weren't expecting to use the pool, although it looked lovely. It was good to sit outside in sight of the pool and gardens when the weather permitted and we even made use of the gym about 3 times (but no hot jacuzzi as expected - just some water jets in the pools).
The apartment was nicely furnished and equipped, but for winter could do with some more rugs on the cold tiled floors. The air-con units are also heaters, although we tried not to overuse them. The solar water heater has electric override for winter, but as hot water took a long time to get through, we tended to boil kettles for quick washes and washing up and just heat it up for baths & showers. There were DVDs to watch, including to borrow from the 'library' in the gym, books to read & lots of local info pamphlets so enough to do on lazy wet days.
The apartment was just a 5 minute walk from a couple of bars and tavernas open in Winter, some partly shut. We mostly frequented Mixalis'/ Mike Cafe & Bar for free WiFi, cheap KEO beer and good company, also nice and warm in the evenings. We got to know a number of the friendly locals - British ex-pats and the Cypriot regulars. They appreciated us practicing our Greek, contrary to the way it seems in the tourist resorts. Car hire is cheap on Cyprus in winter, so we visited nearby villages, archaeological sites (eg at Kouklia, Kato Paphos & Kourion) plus Paphos & Limassol.
I gather February 2014 had wonderful weather, but after a sunny 1st week Feb 2015 we had a lot of rain and storms for our 2nd week. There were lots of spring flowers out, but I think November, March or April might be better for any future winter trip for us.