just using the letter of invitation as proof is not applicable for me
Well yes it is. Proof is transitive. For example:
- You have to prove your identity to get a passport, so a passport is proof of identity.
- You have to prove that you know how to drive to get a driver's license, so a driver's license is proof that you know how to drive (in theory, at least!)
- You have to prove that you can accommodate your girlfriend to get the letter of invitation, so the letter of invitation is proof of accommodation.
But let's look at this in a little more detail.
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Furthermore, that site has a very poor reputation among users of this site because it has frequently been out of date by several years.
The information you've found there describes general rules about what each Schengen country may require, not specific information about what you must provide. Note the weasel words (emphasis added):
Proof of Accommodation is a rule of the visa application procedure that each Schengen country ought to apply to their foreign visa seekers.
Similarly, it quotes the Schengen Visa Code (emphasis added):
Member States may require applicants to present a proof of sponsorship and/or private accommodation by completing a form drawn up by each Member State.
That does not tell you anything whatsoever about what Hungary actually requires (and, sure enough, that text is outdated, having been amended as of July 2019).
Instead, refer to the website of the Hungarian consulate responsible for your girlfriend's place of residence. This will include a link to https://konzuliszolgalat.kormany.hu/how-to-apply-for-visa, which in turn has this link to a PDF document: Short Term Stay (not exceeding the 90 days period).
From that document, it is clear that, for visits to friends and acquaintances, the Hungarian visa application does not require proof of accommodation in addition to the invitation letter:
When applying for a short stay uniform visa (Schengen C-type), the purpose of the entry can be
certified with the following documents:
- the case of visiting friends, acquaintances: a letter of invitation issued and endorsed by the
National Directorate-General for Aliens Policing or the letter of invitation in the form of a public
notarial document and a photocopy of the personal identification document/passport of the inviting
party in Hungary.
The only mention of "accommodation" is in cases that are not relevant to your girlfriend's visit. Hungary knows that proof of accommodation is required to obtain a Hungarian invitation letter.
With this in mind, let us turn our attention to your question:
how can I prove that this house can be her accommodation?
Follow the instructions that you linked to above for applying for a letter of invitation.